- n. A male given name of modern American usage.
- A fanciful spelling of Arabic Shakïl "handsome". (Wiktionary)
“VANESSA LOPEZ, CLAIMS HAD AFFAIR WITH SHAQUILLE O ` NEAL: I was never frightened or scared of Shaquille O ` Neal before September 29th, 2009.”
“Shaquille is thankful that neither his daughter nor her mother were harmed, and he sends his prayers and condolences to the housekeeper's family," Parris said in a statement.”
“If the Nets weren't in Shaquille O'Neal's league last year, they're in Tim Duncan's ballpark now.”
“Los Angeles Lakers: The Lakers still have the best duo in Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant, although O'Neal's toe injury is”
“The two-time defending NBA champions have an unstoppable star in Shaquille O'Neal, a masterful coach in Phil Jackson and an ultimate trump card in Kobe Bryant.”
“All the teams playing the Lakers could have six men on the court as long as Shaquille is in.”
“EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. All those teams that have been left in Shaquille O'Neal's considerable wake this season will get no help from the NBA rules tweakers in trying to deal with the Los Angeles Lakers '7-1,”
“I'm terribly prejudiced, but the Lakers have had the most valuable player for years in Shaquille O'Neal and a coach who has been there before who seems to be able to extract what those players need in particular environments.”
“I do not think Shaquille is going to try to get into a fight or put himself in a situation where he gets himself suspended for a game or two games at this point in the season," Bryant said.”
“Coach Joe Mihalich had already added a pair of recruits, including can't-miss name Shaquille Duncan (a little of both?)”
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