Irish Coffee: Shaq & Big Baby unimpressed in Orlando
|12.27.10 at 10:28 am ET|
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In the aftermath of the Magic’s 86-78 streak-busting win over the Celtics on Christmas Day, both Shaquille O’Neal and Glen “Big Baby” Davis couldn’t keep quiet.
First, O’Neal ripped official Bob Delaney — the only man to wear No. 26 on the floor during the game — and that might cost him a hefty fine from the NBA offices. Here’s what he said, according to ESPN.com:
“We have two premier big men out there. He is pushing, I’m pushing. Let us play. I guess they [fans] come out to see No. 26 play. He was a great player out there today. They paid all that money to see No. 26 come play. My thing is, if you’re going to call it, call it the same way every time. Don’t pick and choose who you are going to call it against.”
Then, Davis sounded off about the weaknesses of both the Magic and their superstar center, Dwight Howard. Just a few days before Christmas, Davis said he didn’t “really care” about Orlando, and it turns out he still doesn’t. Here’s what Big Baby had to say:
“They can’t beat us. They can’t. With Shaq in the game. We just have too many guys. They came out and played better than us today, but if you are talking about a seven-game series. I don’t think they can beat us.” (via the Orlando Sentinel)
“I have been playing Dwight since 2004, when I was playing against him in the AAU circuit. His game hasn’t really changed. It’s not like he has a jump shot, or a new spin move. He has the same moves since high school. He has the same post moves.” (via CSNNE.com)
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