Shaquille O’Neal has some solid career advice for Lebron James and he’s speaking from personal experience.
The retired Hall of Fame center spent the last few seasons of his 19-year career chasing championships and hopping from team to team. He does not want James, 33, to make the same mistake.
In an interview with ESPN on Friday night, O’Neal explained, “My problem toward the end of my career was I was trying to shut everybody up and I was greedy. After I got to three [titles], everybody was saying I couldn’t get another. So I got four. After I got the fourth, they were saying I couldn’t get another one. So I was trying to make quick stops to get it. Phoenix, Cleveland, Boston.”
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