5 Greatest Lakers of All Time

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Apr 2, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Phil Jackson (left) and Jeannie Buss stand with Los Angeles Lakers former player Shaquille O


4x NBA Champion

3x NBA Finals MVP

NBA MVP (2000)

15x All-Star

Widely accepted as the most dominant force to ever step foot on a basketball court, Shaquille O’Neil’s lager-than-life play and personality lead the Lakers to three consecutive championships.

He earned three Finals MVP’s in that stretch by averaging a staggering 35.9 points and 15.2 rebounds against the Nets, Sixers and Pacers.

In Lakers’ postseason history, O’Neal ranks 6th in points (3,383), 2nd in blocks (310) and 3rd in rebounds (1,630) all time.

His jersey was retired by the Lakers in 2013.

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  • Fern Rea

    Think I agree completely. I say think because its hard when I didnt see West play or Kareem outside of his latter years. But Kobe #1 and Magic #2, definitely.