Lakers Nation Reacts: Who Is The Greatest Center Of All Time

Yesterday, Shaquille O’Neal took a shot at former Laker greats, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain.

O’Neal tweeted out a picture of who he believes are the two best Laker centers of all time: George Mikan and himself.

The Lakers have had the good fortune of having the some of the greatest centers this league has ever seen. They all dominated the game in their respective time periods, and did so in their own way, but who was the best?

So we decided to ask Lakers Nation, who is the greatest Laker center of all time?

Despite Shaq’s claims that he and Mikan were the two greatest Lakers centers of all time, it was Kareem and Shaq at one and two on the list. Kareem took 70 percent of the vote with Shaq a distant second at 21 percent.

Wilt Chamberlin and Mikan didn’t fare too well receiving only eight and 1.4 percent of the votes, respectively.

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