Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic
Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic
Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic
Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic
Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic
Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic

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Shaquille O’Neal Signed L.A. Lakers Championship Trophy Replica Beckett COA Authentic

Sale price$895.00 Incl.GST

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Features

• This Trophy is personally hand signed by Shaq

• This Trophy comes with a custom cabinet

• The cabinet measures at 400mm x 160mm x 160mm

• The Trophy in the photos is the actual trophy for sale and not a concept

• The signed Trophy is proven to be authentic as it comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Item ships affixed with two holograms one from MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tampered proof Authentication Hologram and Beckett Authentication

• There is free shipping done to any destination in the world.

• You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a zoom meeting, Skype, Facetime.

• The Trophy comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number MJB 100121 and Beckett Authentication T43932
• Cabinet comes with beautiful gold plaque with all Shaq’s career highlights

• It costs $895 only.

About Shaquille O’Neal

Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal who is known as “Shaq” was born on March the 6th 1972 in Newark, New Jersey to parents Lucille O’Neal and Joe Toney. At the age of 16 Shaq had already grow to the height of 6ft 10 and he began playing basketball at Robert G Cole High school. His shoe size is a staggering size 22.
In 1992 The Orlando Magic team drafted O’Neal and in 1993 he was named NBA rookie of the year, however in the 1995-1996 season he was injured for most of the season missing 28 games. In 1996 O’Neal became a free agent and was offered a $121 million dollar contract with the Los Angeles Lakers but he insisted that it was not money that made him sign with the La Lakers. Shaq also had major product endorsements with Reebok and Pepsi at the time.

Shaq played for the Miami Heat from 2004-2008, The Phoenix Suns from 2009-2009, The Cleveland Cavaliers from 2009-2010, The Boston Celtics from 2010-2011
Due to tension between Shaq and Kobe Bryant in 2004 he moved to the Miami Heat.

On the morning of Jan. 26, 2020, Shaquille O’Neal’s son, Shareef, received a text message from Kobe Bryant. The now-retired NBA legend served as a mentor to O’Neal, now a redshirt junior at LSU where his father also played). The text was simply a check-in message asking how the youngster was doing.

O’Neal replied but never received a response. Like the rest of us, he learned later that Bryant had died in a helicopter crash later that morning. The elder O’Neal was devastated by Bryant’s death and gave a touching speech at Kobe’s memorial service in LA. Shaq referred to his former teammate as a “little brother.”

It was on June the 1st 2011 that Shaq announced his retirement via social media with a short video saying, “We did it, Nineteen years baby, I want to thank you very much, That’s why I’m telling you first, I am about to retire, Love you, Talk to you soon.