The Complete History Of Shaquille O'Neal-Rudy Gobert Beef After 4x NBA Champion's Latest Attack

It is no secret that Shaquille O'Neal never backs down from speaking his mind. From time to time, he makes a remake that generates quite a bit of buzz around the web and sometimes some back-and-forth discussions. As this was the case between Shaq and Rudy Gobert. This is the complete history of Shaquille O'Neal-Rudy Gobert beef following the latest attack by the four-time NBA champion.

Gobert told to 'man up' by shaq after All-Star snub

After learning he didn't make the 2019 All-Star team, Gobert cried and wiped away tears. In response to Gobert's response, Shaq made fun of him. “There is no crying in basketball … Maybe he was sad he didn’t make it, but it happens like that sometimes. I remember when I made it fifteen years in a row and the last year I didn’t make it, I guess I wasn’t good enough. But that’s not something to cry about … Man up, put some icy hot on your face.”

Shaq regrets Gobert's contract

Shaq discussed Gobert's outrageous contract on All Things Covered, saying:
“I’m not gonna hate, but this should be an inspiration to all the little kids out there. You average 11 points in the NBA, you can get $200 million.”

There's no beef, but Shaq refuses to budge

In response to Big Diesel's criticism of him, Gobert took to Twitter, “There is no beef. If people wanna keep speaking negatively about me or keep discrediting what i do it’s on them and all that does is show who they are. I will always be happy for a brother beating the odds. And i’m gonna keep beating the odds.”

Gobert finally fires back!

Spice Adams, Shaq's co-host, told Big Diesel that Gobert would hold him to a dozen points. O'Neal responded angrily to the insinuation. “12 points? Yeah, in the first three minutes. Let me tell you something, man. It’s against my religion for somebody to hold me one-on-one. I take that personally. I do.”

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