Shaq says he played only '30 percent of my real game' during his Hall of Fame career
He was one of the most dominant forces in NBA history, but Shaquille O'Neal believes fans haven't seen what the Diesel could really do on the court.
In an interview with The Vertical, O'Neal said that he didn't use even half of his skill set during his Hall of Fame career.
Shaq's power during his playing days was unquestioned, as he routinely used his brute force to have his way with defenders. But his work ethic was heavily questioned.
Despite his inconsistent dedication to the game, however, O'Neal will be enshrined in Springfield, Mass., on Friday. Four championship rings, 15 All-Star appearances and two scoring titles aren't too bad for a player who admittedly didn't display his full repertoire.