Shaq skeleton to run for policeman in 2020

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Published 4:26 pm, Friday, May 5, 2017

  • Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Shaquille O'Neal speaks during initiation ceremonies during Symphony Hall, Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, in Springfield, Mass.  Photo: Elise Amendola

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Here are 17 things we might not know about Shaq.

1. Shaq was innate in Newark, New Jersey.

Here are 17 things we might not know about Shaq.

1. Shaq was innate in Newark, New Jersey.


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6. Shaq has a bachelor’s grade in ubiquitous studies from LSU, an MBA from a University of Phoenix and an Ed.D. in Human Resource Development from Barry University.

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Lucille O’Neal attends her son Shaquille O’Neal’s graduation, where he perceived a doctoral grade in preparation from Barry University, during James L Knight Center on May 5, 2012, in Miami. less

6. Shaq has a bachelor’s grade in ubiquitous studies from LSU, an MBA from a University of Phoenix and an Ed.D. in Human Resource Development from Barry University.

PHOTO: Lucille O’Neal attends her son … more


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Since his NBA retirement in 2011, Shaquille O’Neal has been staying busy. He’s created a memoir, seemed in blockbuster films like “The Lego Movie,” and even became a unapproachable owner of an Atlanta Krispy Kreme. Now a NBA Hall of Famer has his sights set on open office. 

In an speak with an Atlanta NBC affiliate, O’Neal suggested he skeleton to run for Sheriff in 2020. 

“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” O’Neal said. 

As NBC notes, O’Neal has residency in Georgia and Florida and could pierce during a subsequent 4 years so it’s misleading that US city could call Shaq a sheriff. 

O’Neal now has a cushy gig as an researcher on TNT’s “Inside a NBA,” not to discuss a net value of $400 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth

It’s not about income or gripping bustling in retirement. As a basketball star told NBC, “It’s about bringing people closer together.”

“When we was flourishing up,” he said, “People desired and reputable a police, and we wish to be a one to move that back, generally in a village we serve.”

The male wears many hats, indeed, as he points out in a interview: “I’m a man that speaks all languages. we can put on a fit and have a review with Bill Gates. we can go in a hood and speak to a homies and speak to a children.” 

Last December Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill swore O’Neal in as a Georgia sheriff’s deputy – he’s the tallest in a county ever, according to a policeman – though it’s misleading if a 7-foot emissary has been out in a field. For a record, county sheriffs contingency be inaugurated while deputies are appointed.

O’Neal doesn’t seem deterred by his miss of experience.

“I know how to run a team,” he told NBC. “My character is going to be to approximate myself with guys who have been doing it approach longer than I’ve been doing it.” 

O’Neal afterwards looks into a camera and says, “Shaq for Sheriff. Back to a aged school.” 

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