Shaquille O'Neal To Become Part Owner of The Sacramento Kings

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

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Shaq has said that he will give the team pointers but definitely not on how to shoot free throws.

SACARAMENTO, California - The owner of The Sacramento Kings, Vivek Ranadive has just announced that former NBA player Shaquille O'Neal has just become part owner of the Sacramento Kings.

Ranadive told the sports media that he is excited about having such a famous former NBA great and tall as hell broutha become a part of his organization.

The 7-foot-1-inch tall Shaq, who is a 15-time all-star and who can eat hamburgers as if they're Vanilla Wafers, said that he has dreamed about one day being part owner of a professional basketball team and his dream has finally come through.

He did say that a few months ago he had a nightmare that he was part owner of last year's worst team in basketball The Orlando Magic who finished last season with a horrendous (20-62) record.

O'Neal who is a TNT NBA analyst and a Charles "The Fat Bro" Barkley agitator said that he loves the sound of saying "I am part owner of a National Basketball Association team and Chucky Barkley ain't."

Shaq grinned as he said that fellow TNT analyst Barkley has already asked him for free tickets but Shaq told him that if anything he will charge the infamous Motor Mouth of The South double.

SIDENOTE: Buckaroo Kazoo with The Turnstile Review pointed out the fact that it is sort of ironic that Shaq is now part owner of a team that on eight different occasions he referred to as The Sacramento Queens.

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