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Shaq Uncut: My Story (Anglais) Relié – 15 novembre 2011

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Shaq was the most unique player in the history of the NBA. He was bigger than life in every way. The dominant game, the dominant personality, his work behind the scenes for charity...nobody has done more for our game than Shaq.

Hall of Famer Larry Bird

Shaq was more confident in his skin than anyone else of his stature. There's a warmth to him that is unmistakable. At the same time, he was the scariest player I've ever seen. He was that dominant. I've had a number of great relationships with great players, but he's the one who will always stand out in my mind.
Hall of Famer Jerry West

He's the most dominant player I've ever seen. His presence, his physicality, his size and his speed made him an athletic phenomenon. He could run, he could move, he had unbelievable hands and he never got enough credit for being a great passer. He was one of a kind.―Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers

Shaq's a wonderful person and he's been one of the greatest players ever. He understood the game; dealing with the fans, dealing with the press. .. Great, great player, a great, great personality.

Hall of Famer Charles Barkley

What a career for Shaq Diesel!! The most dominating force to ever play the game. Great person to be around as well. Comedy all the time!!―LeBron James, via Twitter

He's a giant. He's physically imposing; he has an imposing smile. In the game, he imposed his will, and he has done it for quite a long time. It's been a great run here, and we're going to miss him greatly. We hope we can find ways to keep him involved in the game.

NBA Commissioner David Stern

Présentation de l'éditeur

Superman. Diesel. The Big Aristotle. Shaq Fu. The Big Daddy. The Big Shaqtus. Wilt Chamberneezy. The Real Deal. The Big Shamrock. Shaq.

You know him by any number of names, and chances are you know all about his legendary basketball career: Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal is a four-time NBA champion and a three-time NBA Finals MVP. After being an All-American at Louisiana State University, he was the overall number one draft pick in the NBA in 1992. In his 19-year career, Shaq racked up 28,596 career points (including 5,935 free throws!), 13,099 rebounds, 3,026 assists, 2,732 blocks, and 15 All-Star appearances.

These are statistics that are almost as massive as the man himself. His presence-both physically and psychologically-made him a dominant force in the game for two decades.

But if you follow the game, you also know that there's a lot more to Shaquille O'Neal than just basketball.

Shaq is famous for his playful, and at times, provocative personality. He is, literally, outsize in both scale and persona. Whether rapping on any of his five albums, challenging celebrities on his hit television show "Shaq Vs.," studying for his PhD or serving as a reserve police officer, there's no question that Shaq has led a unique and multi-dimensional life. And in this rollicking new autobiography, Shaq discusses his remarkable journey, including his candid thoughts on teammates and coaches like Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Phil Jackson, and Pat Riley.

From growing up in difficult circumstances and getting cut from his high school basketball team to his larger-than-life basketball career, Shaq lays it all out in SHAQ UNCUT: MY STORY.

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Ayant grandit en étant fan du Shaq durant les 90's, je ne pouvais pas manquer ce livre. Étant grand fan de NBA, je me suis régalé à lire ce livre, qui raconte beaucoup d'anecdotes sur son enfance, ses débuts en NBA, ses relations avec Kobe, Penny, DWade, Lebron etc...
C'est un livre facile à lire, ne vous attendez pas à lire quelque chose de philosophique, en même temps, ce ne ressemblerait pas au Shaq
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Si vous aimez les anecdotes, ou connaître les ambiances de matchs cruciaux , courrez achetez cette autobiographie pleine d'humour à l'image de ce Grande champion qu'est le Shaq. De son enfance difficile au sommet de la NBA !!!!!
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very good book - I enjoyed reading it
very easy to read
très bon livre - j'ai passé d'agéables moments à le lire
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HASH(0x99f4e990) étoiles sur 5 RICK "SHAQ" GOLDSTEIN SAYS: "28,596 POINTS... STILL A BIG KID... BIG GRUDGES... BIG EGO... AND BIG LOVE FOR MOM & DAD!" 21 novembre 2011
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As a lifetime fan of Shaq's since his days at LSU... not only for what he accomplished on the court... but also for his childlike enthusiasm... and even though I'm older than "SHAQ"... as a single Father I used his respect and honor for his parents as a teaching tool for my young son. With that being said I still owe a completely unbiased review for all the people out there who are considering whether to buy this book or not. First of all the average person has to wonder if "Shaq"'s second autobiography in ten years logically makes sense to purchase. Obviously the facts of his life up to 2001 haven't changed. In my opinion it would have made more sense to start this book off more as a sequel to his earlier autobiography than another autobiography, because anyone that has followed "SHAQ"'s life knows that there has been more than enough success... intrigue... controversy... and all around entertainment in the last ten years to fill two more books.

There are two categories of people who might buy this book... "SHAQ" fans... and non-"SHAQ" fans. The reason I mention that, is if you love and enjoy "SHAQ"-Daddy... you'll read most of his comments knowing and imagining "SHAQ"'s big giant goofy smile is imbedded between every sentence. If you're not an unabashed "SHAQ"-Diesel fan... you'll probably find much of the commentary massively egotistical. (Or as my dear departed Mother used to say to me: "Don't break your arm patting yourself on the back!") "SHAQ" constantly brags about the money he's made... the houses he's bought... the cars he's bought. Oh man! The cars he's bought... and the egomaniacal reasons he bought most of them.


These types of incidents whether regarding cars or houses are rampant throughout the book. But there are also great behind the scenes stories regarding his famous feuds with Kobe Bryant... including when "SHAQ" had to literally be restrained from "killing" Kobe after Kobe broke a promise made to Lakers management by bashing "SHAQ" in an interview with Jim Gray. "SHAQ" also comes clean about some of his phony feuds that he played up to the media... including his made up story that Bill Russell gave him the sage advice to make up with Kobe. All of this reminds me of a comment "SHAQ" once made during an interview on TV... when he said: "YOU KNOW WHAT "NBA" STANDS FOR? NOTHING BUT ACTORS!"

Despite all the almost nauseating amounts of accumulated wealth and spending habits that would embarrass a drunken sailor who won the lottery... the most beautiful and touching "heart" interspersed throughout this gentle giant's life (if you put aside all the people a younger "SHAQ" punched out when he practiced his "hit'em" first mantra) is his unabashed love and respect for his Mother and Father. His real Father, Philip Harrison ("SHAQ" will eloquently explain to readers the difference between "real" and biological) raised him with an iron fist... and "SHAQ" has never forgotten where he comes from. The declarations of love and respect that "SHAQ" etches on these pages... are the same exact feelings I saw him portray courtside before and after games and in countless interviews for the last twenty years. And as I said... that's one of the main reasons I've loved "SHAQ" all these years. And the fact that like "SHAQ"... I'm a kid that never grew up!

The average fan will also have their feelings reinforced regarding selfish, spoiled athletes... who when they go on strike lose our sympathy... when you hear $20 Million Dollars a year in salary isn't enough... along with endorsement deals like "SHAQ" had before he played a minute in the NBA. $13 Million with Pepsi... $15 Million with Reebok... and $20-25 Million from Kenner, Spaulding, and Scoreboard training cards.

The author definitely tells it like it is (at least from his point of view) regarding the end of his Magic career... Lakers career... Heat career (Look out Pat Riley!)... and so on. I guess that's why an individual writes a book... to get his side out... *UNCUT* ... without interruptions.

Though this book won't win any Pulitzer Prize for literature... it is certainly an interesting read.
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HASH(0x99f4e2e8) étoiles sur 5 Sometimes I have trouble keeping up with who's on my husband's "like" and "don't like" lists of sports figures... 11 mars 2014
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Since I'm not much of a sports buff myself, my sports "knowledge" is pretty much limited to the opinions of my husband over the years, and maybe I'm just imagining it, but it seems like former and current players sometimes switch between his "like" and "don't like" lists! I couldn't remember which list Shaq was on when Christmas 2011 rolled around and it was time for my annual sports-themed book selections for his Christmas gifts (my hubby always claimed - after having a bit of a tough time focusing in school - that he didn't like reading... that all changed when I started giving him one basketball-themed book, one football-themed book, and one baseball-themed book at Christmas, and he discovered he really DID enjoy reading - when it was a topic he was interested in!) This was my basketball selection that year, and he really did enjoy it. (I've always thought Shaq - what little I've seen of him in interviews, while commentating, etc. - was a pretty humorous guy, so I figured regardless of which of my husband's "lists" he was on, the book would probably be humorous as well. I was right! And don't we wives just love it when we're right?)
HASH(0x99da74b0) étoiles sur 5 Fun Read 22 février 2013
Par JonMin - Publié sur
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I enjoyed reading the book. Shaq is honest about his feelings about people and situations. He openly talked about some of his fellow NBA players such as DWade, Kobe, LJames, etc. It's interesting to hear what the real reasons are as compared to what you hear thru the media including NBA commentators. I agree with Shaq that a NBA player's success shouldn't be just based on how many championship rings you have. After all, it's not like golf where you're playing by yourself. You need a good situation such as another great player or two, and a very good coach and owner and GM that are supportive. Shaq and Kobe, MJ and Pippen, the big three in Miami, the big three/four in Boston, etc. And the supporting players need to be basketball smart as Shaq noted and hit the open shots. Shaq has a full life coming from a very poor beginning. A nice, success story.
HASH(0x99d88f0c) étoiles sur 5 Awesome book by The Diesel 17 novembre 2012
Par raymond24 - Publié sur
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Shaq is one of the most charismatic athletes in history. He has always been the type of person to do things simply because he wants to, never being scared of looking silly. He goes into that side of his life in this book, but he also touches on deeper things. He describes his relationships with a few of his teammates and as you can imagine, they weren't always great. You can tell his parents have had a great influence on him throughout his life and he proudly speaks on that. Shaq's biggest quality has never been his talent on the basketball court, or the fact that he can make people laugh in many different ways. His biggest quality is definitely his good heart and it's easy to see why so many people love him. This book is great read as you will get an inside look into Shaquille's world.
HASH(0x99ebb444) étoiles sur 5 Nice book. I love it. 25 septembre 2013
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This book was very good. If you are a fan of Shaq and especially if you've never read his older autobiography, this book is excellent. Shaq being Shaq ,honest, arrogant, funny. I strongly recommend this book ,even if you dont like sports stars autobiographies, cause its diffrent. Its pure Shaq-speaking there ,very informal word not anything fancy as if shaq is there in person having a conversation with you. Very easy for no mothertongue-English speakerslike me. I had to look up in the dictionary very few times in comparison to other books that use very formal language and vocabulary. This one you'll read it easy without having to open up Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary.
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