Shaquille O’Neal is dubbed ‘the most dominant center of all time’, and that’s right given his qualities physical and natural athletics. But from time to time, he happens to feel the same as his adversaries of the time. In the streets of New York, he came across his lookalike, even more imposing than him!
Shaquille O’Neal is a physical monster, it is moreover on this that he built his legendary career… With his 2m16 and 150 kilos or more, he gave off a power never seen on the pitch and he seemed to be totally unstoppable. Because the Diesel was not only tall, he was also endowed with insane athletic qualities, like a surprising burst of speed for a man of his stature.
Thanks to these gifts of nature, the most dominant center of all time became a four-time NBA champion, a three-time Finals MVP, and perhaps the author of the most incredible season in 1999-2000, with 29.7 points, 13.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3 blocks on average… The numbers show how strong he was compared to his opponents.
Shaq meets his XXL double in the street!
But be careful, do not believe that the Shaq was only a physical monster, an athlete who used his strength and speed to gain the advantage over his opponents. He also had real talent with the ball in his hands, that’s undeniable. Because if it was enough to be big and sturdy to succeed at the highest level, his look-alike, whom he has just met in the street, would be the GOAT. On Instagram, the Hall of Famer has just shared a photo with a man much bigger and stronger than him. The image is impressive.
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Shaquille O’Neal may not have felt that way often in his life, but he looks much smaller than his unofficial « look-alike » Curtis Johnson. It is impossible to know the height and weight of this New Yorker, but he must easily approach 2m25, which is particularly spectacular. Everything seems tiny next to him, which makes his Instagram account almost comical:
We often hear that players like Shaquille O’Neal or Giannis Antetokounmpo are not very talented and that they simply use their natural physical qualities to dominate. If so, Curtis Johnson would be an NBA legend too.