Boston Celtics Hall of Fame big man alumnus Shaquille O’Neal does not have too many regrets when it comes to his legacy on the court, but he does have a handful worth looking at. Widely regarded as one of the best centers to ever play the game, the Celtics short-timer might have pushed his already-impressive resume even further towards a top argument in the greatest player of all time debates.
The former Boston big broke down his thoughts about potential NBA career regrets in an interview with the host of the eponymous “In Depth with Graham Bensinger” show, and while The Big Aristotle does have a few, they are pretty understandable given what Shaq was able to accomplish in the NBA.
Take a look at the short embedded below to hear what they are.
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