WATCH: NBA releases parody trailer ahead of Shaquille O'Neal's docuseries launch

The parody trailer, 'SHAQ The Real Story' mentioned some forgettable achievements of the 7-foot-1 NBA Hall of Famer.

Tanishq SharmaAuthor

Updated - 17 November 2022 03:47 PM

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Ahead of the launch of Shaquille O'Neal's HBO documentary series 'SHAQ', the NBA has released an humorous parody trailer revealing the Diesel's unwanted achievements like only one three-pointer made in his illustrious 19-year-long career and missing 6,466 free throws among others.

On Wednesday, NBA on TNT crew including Shaquille O'Neal, Charles Barkley,  Ernie Johnson, and Kenny "The Jet" Smith talked about the 50-year-old's HBO docuseries and Ernie said that they had submitted a trailer for the docuseries, which got rejected.

The parody trailer, 'SHAQ The Real Story' mentioned some forgettable achievements of the 7-foot-1 NBA Hall of Famer including his shooting inability, funny incidents as a sports analyst and also showed his infamous on-court fights with Charles Barkley and other former NBA players. 

Watch Shaq's parody trailer here:

Last month, the four-time NBA champion announced the making of the documentary series based on his NBA career and off the court life. The People.com quoted Shaq saying, "I do feel like it is the most honest look into my life and career up until this point. I'm so proud of the work everyone has done to put it all together."

The four-part documentary series on Shaquille O'Neal's life and NBA career will premiere on November 23 and it will be available on HBO and HBO Max.

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