Shaquille O’Neal says Kobe Bryant was ‘a god’ in the Shaq Era

Shaquelle O’Neil says Kobe was a “god” in the Kobe Era.

“Kobe was a great teammate, he was a role model, he had the same kind of character that we all do, but also his style,” O’Neill told NBC Sports.

“He was one of the great players of all time, and I think that’s one of his most important attributes.”

The Shaq-to-O’Neal EraIn the 1990s, Shaq and Kobe were teammates in the Los Angeles Lakers, and they teamed up on the 1996 NBA Finals team, losing in seven games.

Shaq was a key part of the team’s championship run, averaging 23.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists while leading the Lakers to a title.

“We had an unbelievable rivalry and that was the greatest rivalry in NBA history,” Ollie said.

“It was a rivalry that was so fierce, I mean, there’s no other rivalry that I know of like that.”

But Kobe was still active during that time.

He starred for the Miami Heat, and he was part of their NBA championship team in 1998.

O’Reilly also mentioned that Kobe was “one of the most influential people of his generation.”

“He made all the players he could in the league, and made the most of them,” Olen said.

“And he was just an awesome person.

We all loved him, he’s a great person.

But at the same time, he also had the greatest sense of humor, which was really something.”

It was Kobe who pushed Shaq to be himself, and in the same way that Ollies father pushed him to be the greatest player of all-time.

O’Neil told NBC that when Kobe asked him to audition for the role of Shaq, he didn’t know what to do.

“I said I had a few years playing in the NBA, I had two more years to go, and what I really wanted to do was get an audition with him,” Osenney said.

“‘Can you do the part?’ and he said, ‘Yeah, of course.’

So that was just kind of like a dream come true.

So that’s kind of what we did.”

In addition to playing with Shaq on the Lakers, Olli also played with Kobe in the 1980s, where he starred in a few films.

In those films, O’Connors father pushed his son to be more of a star, and the duo went on to play on the 1984 NBA championship winning team together.

Olli’s Shaq is remembered for his ability to score and pass the ball, but he also excelled in his own right, becoming a three-time All-Star in his prime and one of only three players to win MVP honors in his career.

“I think he was one the greatest ever,” Orenney said of Shaquill.

“And that’s a guy that I was always rooting for.

I never saw him fail.

He always played for the team, and when he was asked to do something, he always did it.”