- Pat Riley pays LeBron James ultimate compliment in wake of NBA Finals clash
- Pat Riley admits Bam Adebayo’s contract situation will be a ‘bit dicey’
- Rapper Jack Harlow releases official music video for hit single ‘Tyler Herro’
- Chris Bosh urges Miami Heat to not sacrifice Bam Adebayo to acquire Giannis Antetokounmpo
- Report: NBA 2K21 rewards Jimmy Butler with stunning player rating after playoff run
- New study identifies Miami Heat fans as most exciting team to follow in NBA
- Kendrick Perkins makes bold claim about Miami Heat’s Tyler Herro
- Report: Miami Heat insider breaks down how team could acquire Danilo Gallinari
- Report: Jimmy Butler amongst stars whose stock rose highest in NBA bubble
- Report: Miami Heat already locking in on their next promising draft prospect
Shaquille O’Neal Calls Out Dwyane Wade on Diss Track
- Updated: July 28, 2017
O’Neal infamously dropped a track dissing Kobe Bryant after winning the 2006 championship in Miami, and he spent a lot of time in the recording booth throughout his career. On Friday, he dropped his latest diss track and he went after the outspoken father of Lonzo Ball.
Shaq drops a Lavar Ball diss track ?? pic.twitter.com/4iHklMgJtK
— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) July 28, 2017
Towards the end of the clip, O’Neal raps, “Penny (Hardaway) love me, Kobe hate me, D-Wade ain’t tell me Pat Riley was gonna trade me.”
In case you forgot, Heat president Pat Riley traded O’Neal during the 2007-08 season to the Phoenix Suns after just 33 games. Evidently, O’Neal believes that former Heat superstar Wade knew about the trade before it was executed.
The current Chicago Bulls guard tweeted shrugging emojis in response on Twitter.
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 28, 2017
Wade and O’Neal are friends off the court so it is unlikely there is any real angst between them, especially almost a decade later.