Shaquille O’Neal and a solid definition of the fortune his children will inherit

Shaq is one of the 75 best players in NBA history (Shutterstock)

In the run-up to the new season of NBA, the best basketball league in the world, chose 75 outstanding players in its history. Names like those from Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant She was present in this election. The same thing happened with Shaquille O’NealOne of the most dominant athletes of his time.

At 2.16 metres, the Giant won four titles and was part of the league’s last dynasty alongside Kobe and coach Phil Jackson in Los Angeles Lakers. Beyond his athletic conquests, Shack He became one of the former players who went on to make the most money for his advertising business, and his own business, for being a DJ and NBA commentator on one of the networks that broadcast games in the United States.

With A fortune estimated at more than 400 million dollarsIn the last hours, some of O’Neill’s statements regarding the money his children will inherit in the future have gone viral. “They’re older now. They got mad at me. I’m not really upset, but they don’t understand. I tell them all the time. We’re not rich. I’m rich.”He said on stage during the podcast live earn your spare time Hosted by financial advisor Rashad Bilal and educator Troy Millings.

“You have to have a bachelor’s or master’s degree, then if you want me to invest in one of your companies, you will have to submit it and bring it to me”He added the former player who was named number one of the 1992 draft by the Orlando Magic, a franchise he played for four years.

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“I’ll tell you, I won’t give you anything”Superman shouted, at the same time as his words provoked laughter from the audience. In addition, Sharif’s father, Shukair, Maarah, Miles, Tahira and Amira, also provided details of the professions they would like their six children to pursue.

O'Neill presented the trophy to Max Verstappen as the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix winner (REUTERS/Darron Cummings)
O’Neill presented the trophy to Max Verstappen as the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix winner (REUTERS/Darron Cummings)

“There is a rule: education. I don’t care if you play basketball. I don’t care about anything about that.”He told about his four older children, all of whom followed in his footsteps and played the sport that brought Shack to world fame.

“I would like a doctor, a pharmacist, a lawyer, someone who owns several businesses and someone who takes care of my business. But I tell them I’m not going to give it to them. You have to earn that”added.

In another segment of his Transcend podcast, O’Neill made a comparison highlighting his origins with the success he’s had in his career and that this hasn’t changed his day-to-day way of life.

“I came out of nowhere, but just because I did it doesn’t mean I’m older than you, smarter than you, just because I have more money doesn’t mean I’m better than you. I’ve never been like this before and never will be,” he concluded.

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