Shaquille O'Neal, who I believe is an Irish sporting icon, says that the scariest thing he ever did was try and become a race car driver. I thought it would be trying to shoot a free throw. Zing!
Is this really Shaquille O'Neal's Porsche Panamera for sale? How many other guys named Shaq do you know who played in the NBA?
Yes, you read that right. Shaquille O'Neal is now shilling for Buick. The former basketball star and inventor of the Shaq-Fu form of martial arts recently shot a Buick LaCrosse TV spot in Pasadena, California.
Basketball star and rap anti-legend Shaquille O'Neal retired from the game earlier this year, but if a lawsuit from a friend accusing O'Neal of tracking his ex-wife's car with the help of law enforcement friends is any indication, Hack-a-Shaq is still on.
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., will become chairman of a key U.S. House committee should Republicans take control. Issa's previous public protection gig: Launching the Viper car alarm in the '80s, using his voice for the "STAND BACK" warning.
Like other celebrities, athletes and cars are both appreciated for the their stats, yet the combination of the two doesn't necessarily guarantee a great photo op. Don't believe us? Just check out these ridiculous athletes posing with cars below.
It's not a surprise that many professional athletes, especially basketball centers, choose means of transportation a few orders of magnitude larger than a Lotus Elise. And anyone who has driven a gigantic truck knows that parking it anywhere near a restaurant is sometimes tough. In those situations, why not bum a ride…