Shaquille O'Neal Could Be Joining The Lakers

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 1 February 2013

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Laker's owner Jerry Buss has offered Shaquille O'Neal the same amount of money that he is paying Kobe Bryant.

LOS ANGELES - The word out of Tinsel Town is that Lakers owner Jerry Buss has been in contact with ex-Laker Shaquille O'Neal about the possibility of returning to his former team.

Buss is livid at the 20-26 record that his team currently possesses and he has said that something has to happen and happen quick.

The Lakers owner has said that he plans on replacing Coach Mike D'Antoni with former Laker coach Phil Jackson in hopes of lighting a fire under the (posteriors) of his lackadaisical Lakers.

Buss told Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily that if his team keeps on losing that he is going to start issuing fines to his players.

He was asked if that included his super star player-coach Kobe Bryant.

The Laker's owner took a bite out of his hot dog and a sip from his Coke Zero and replied that everyone on the team will be subject to get fined.

He stressed the fact that even the Laker Girls could end up getting fined if he sees that they are not putting their heart and soul into their cheering routines.

Buss reportedly told O'Neal that if he returns to his old team that he will pay him exactly what he is paying Kobe Bryant, which is $27.8 million per year.

In Other Basketball News. Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, who is through for the season due to his right knee's ACL injury, told Hollywood Innuendo that he has informed Dancing With The Stars that he is going to have to cancel his upcoming participation in the dance competition show.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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