*Since the NBA isn’t keeping folks occupied these days because of the lockout, people like Shaquille O’Neal need to generate something to talk about. And of course he also has a new book (“Shaq Uncut: My Story“) coming out that he needs to promote.
Lebron James has been the butt of a lot of jokes recently, so the 7-foot giant has added fuel to the fire with a wisecrack… sort of.
“I remember one day in a film session LeBron didn’t get back on defense after a missed shot. (Coach) Mike Brown didn’t say anything about it. He went to the next clip and it was Mo Williams not getting back and Mike was saying, ‘Yo, Mo, we can’t have that. You’ve got to hustle a little more.’ So Delonte West is sitting there and he’s seen enough and he stands up and says, ‘Hold up, now. You can’t be puss’yfooting around like that. Everyone has to be accountable for what they do, not just some us.”
“LeBron was a huge star,” O’Neal adds. “He was as big as I was in 2000 in L.A. when I was dominating the league.”
He added a few other criticisms, saying LeBron fell short during forth-quarters during the playoffs.
The now retired basketball player- author shares all of his thoughts, events, stories and criticisms in his autobiography, which will be released on Nov. 15.
The book not only dishes on LeBron, but he also exposes the dirt behind his relationship with Kobe Bryant and even talks about the newly dubbed Superman, Dwight Howard.