Shaq’s sitcom is a tru story

24 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

DeflateGate cheating accusations hilariously dismissed by Shaquille O’Neal and Gregg Popovich.

O’Neal, 42, will star in and produce a half-hour comedy pilot for truTV called “Shaq Inq.” The series will be a “workplace comedy loosely based on the wild and frenetic business empire of Shaquille O’Neal,” according to the network. There’s no word on who will co-star with O’Neal in the pilot, which he is co-executive-producing with Mike Tollin (“Smallville,” “Arli$$.”) O’Neal retired from the NBA in 2011 after a 19-year career in which he played for the Orlando Magic, LA Lakers, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics. The New England squad reportedly played the first half of the AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts with under-inflated footballs, which has led some to accuse the team of cheating to gain an advantage. “I’m sorry, are you on this planet?

Highkin got a bit of a tongue-lashing from Pop, but the Bleacher Report writer reports he got even more reprimands from impassioned Pats fans who have rejected DeflateGate as something to talk about at all. If it wasn’t, Pats coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, both of whom deny any knowledge of why 11 of the 12 footballs the team provided were found to be under-inflated against NFL rules at halftime, wouldn’t have held press conferences.

In their own test to see how much two pounds of pressure missing from the ball could’ve aided the Patriots’ victory, O’Neal and his cohorts rounded up two identical basketballs and filled one with air to meet regulation standards and the other with less. Shaq then shot three free throws with each to “prove” the air pressure in the ball doesn’t matter. (Shaq shot pretty shoddily with both.) Don’t worry, though, the TNT crew roundly mocked their effort, too.

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