Lakers Man Cave Essential: A Collection of Shaq Art

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With Shaquille O’Neal set to become the latest Laker legend to have his jersey number immortalized in the rafters of Staples Center, now is as good a time as any to look back on his career with the Lakers and remember what made him some a dominating force in the NBA. O’Neal helped lead the Lakers to three consecutive championships from 2000-02, winning NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award all three times. O’Neal spent eight seasons with the Lakers, and will forever be remembered as one of the greatest players in franchise history.

Now, thanks to our friends at Rare Ink, you have the opportunity to celebrate O’Neal’s No. 34 hanging in the Staples Center rafters by picking up your own piece of Shaq memorabilia. These pieces of Shaquille O’Neal artwork are vibrant, boisterous and remarkable, much like O’Neal himself.

So while O’Neal watches his jersey being unveiled at Staples next to names like Chamberlain, Abdul-Jabbar, Johnson and West, you can add to your own personal Lakers collection with one of these tremendous pieces by Rare Ink. There’s no question that the next stop for O’Neal is the NBA Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, and this is your chance to get your hands on this exclusive O’Neal artwork before it’s all gone.

Don’t forget to check out the one day sale at RareInk.com with special 34% coupon code “SHAQ34” 

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