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My Top 10 greatest Lakers of all-time

4) Shaquille O’Neal

Rockets v Lakers

(1996-2004) C, 7ft1, 325lb
3x NBA champion (2000-2002)
3x NBA Finals MVP
15x NBA All-Star
3x NBA All-Sstar MVP
2x scoring title champion (1995, 2000)
#34 retired

Joining the Lakers whilst in his prime, Shaquille O’Neal became the most dominant force in the history of the NBA. The three-peat with the Lakers will probably be his most memorable time as an NBA player. With the presence of players such as Kobe, Derek Fisher and Robert Horry on the wings, they created one of the greatest runs to the title in NBA history in the 2001 playoffs when they went 16-1 on the way to their second straight championship.

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