Shaq played so good in college that he won the NCAA player of the year award. Then he later got drafted by Orlando Magic in the first round as the first pick.
Shaq played for the Orlando Magic for 4 years, he played very well but the years went uneventful because he did not win a single championship with the Orlando Magic, after his 4-year run he became a free agent and signed with the Los Angelos Lakers.
My favorite part of the plot was his childhood because it shows what he went through as a kid, and how he became the way he is.
While he was playing with the Los Angeles Lakers they won three consecutive championships. After that, he was later traded to Miami Heat in 2004 and won his fourth NBA championship in 2006. He left the Miami Heat after that.
I like how the book showed what athletes had to go through as children, and how they didn't have much, but they still had a chance to go to the NBA. I didn't like the how the book didn't go into detail about the matches.
Shaq played for Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Boston Celtics, and didn't win a championship. Then he later retired and became a tv analyst.