WNBA Legend Shoots Daggers at Hall of Famers Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal Amid March Madness Final-Four Battle

Numerous NBA stars rose to fame as a result of standout efforts in college or high school. Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade, two NBA greats, were no exception. Wade actually guided Marquette to the Final Four in 2003 after a standout run. These young stars must, however, put some obligations on hold in order to make deep runs in the postseason. A WNBA legend hilariously called out these players during last night's Final Four broadcast for an odd reason.

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WHICH WNBA LEGEND THREW D-WADE AND SHAQ UNDER THE BUS ?

Candace Parker, a WNBA legend, joined a lively crew in the B/R Final Four live programme following the first half of the match between the San Diego State Aztecs and Florida Atlantic Owls. Following a challenging question from the crew, Parker called out Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade during the show.

WHAT DID PARKER SAY ?

One of the crew members asked Parker, “What were the schools that didn’t make their kids go to class?” Even though initially she refused to call out any school, eventually she had to call out Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal when the panelist further asked, “Do you think Dwyane was going to class at Marquette?” She replied immediately, “When he led Marquette to the Final Four, D-Wade was not going to class.” The panelist didn’t stop there as he continued to dig and asked about Shaq. Parker instantly replied, “Come on now,” shaking her head.

SHAQ CONTINUES TO ROOT FOR HIS ALMA MATTER 

Legendary Los Angeles Lakers player Shaquille O'Neal still supports LSU, his alma mater. Shareef O'Neal, the legendary player's son, even represented LSU in the 2022 March Madness. The college's women's squad also won a game against the Iowa Hawkeyes on Sunday in the NCAA Championship game. Diesel even displayed his enthusiasm for his alma mater's participation in the playoffs.

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