Considering O'Neal previously had compared Bosh to a drag queen, as "the RuPaul of big men," Bosh hardly finds himself compelled to respond to the rehash. "I know the thing is entertainment," Bosh told the Sun Sentinel. "How are you going to get people to buy your book? "So I don't care about stuff that is said in the media or in books or pointed or directed toward somebody, because it's really just a tactic and nothing else. He's an author. He can write whatever he wants. If he sells a bunch, then congrats to him."
HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: Chris Bosh is right. This is about Shaquille O'Neal selling books.
Nothing more; nothing less.
After all, Shaq has a legacy of attacking coaches, teammates, and even friends when it suits him.
Consider some of his foes: Penny Hardaway, Kobe Bryant, Phil Jackson (at times), Dwyane Wade (at times), Pat Riley, Terry Porter and Robin Lopez.
The ultimate was the television Shaq Vs. Well, the future member of the Hall of Fame overheard Steve Nash discussing the concept with his people.
And he liked it. So The Big Fella stole it. A flat-out robbery.
A few days later, after working out the details with ABC, O'Neal casually announced he had a new reality show and Nash rightfully responded with anger.
So Bosh is happy to let O'Neal talk. That's all The Big Broadcaster will be doing from now on.
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