Shaq revealed on a recent episode of “The Big Podcast with Shaq” that he’s not rocking with the 7th place Los Angeles Lakers and he’d rather go watch Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors play.
I don’t celebrate 7th place at all.
I celebrate Steph Curry that’s who I celebrate.
I’ll go to Golden State and watch him play.
The topic of conversation, on the podcast, was the Staple Center taking down its name and changing it to Crypto.com Arena as part of a $700 million deal.
Shaq said he loved the years he spent in the Staples Center winning championships and playing in front of his family and some of his favorite celebrities.
He also said the Staples Center belongs to him and Kobe, and he’s glad they took the name down.
I’m glad they taking the name of the Staples Center down.
That was our building.
Congratulations to the owners on getting a new deal.
But, hey, Staples Center belongs to Shaq and Kobe. Forever.
Shaq has no interest in even stepping foot in the building anymore.
I’m not even going, I’m not even going anymore.
Who wanna watch them people play?
Listen to the audio below:
As a Golden State Warriors fan, this was music to my ears.
The Los Angeles Lakers, who many NBA analysts picked to win the championship before the season started, are currently in 7th place in a very talented NBA Western Conference.
LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, and Carmelo Anthony should feel a way about a Lakers legend like Shaq not wanting to support the product that they are putting on the court.