#sports Shaquille O'Neal could join a host of former and current NBA superstars by investing in the NBL

#sports Shaquille O’Neal could join a host of former and current NBA superstars by investing in the NBL

#sports activities Shaquille O’Neal could join a host of former and current NBA superstars by investing in the NBL

Table of Contents

Shaquille O’Neal could join a host of former and current NBA superstars by investing in BOOMING Australian National Basketball League

  • Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal is toying with thought of investing in the NBL
  • O’Neal, 50, stated ‘something is feasible’, many NBA stars have beforehand accomplished so
  • NBL begins in October, Brisbane Bullets have signed Aron Baynes as a marquee

Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal is considering investing in the NBL as the sport continues to thrive on Australian shores.

If the former Orlando Magic and LA Lakers centre does hand over a portion of his immense fortune, he’ll join the likes of Milwaukee Bucks star Khris Middleton and Thaddeus Young from the Chicago Bulls, who each imagine in the rising native product.

O’Neal, 50, was not too long ago in Australia on a whirlwind tour as an envoy for playing firm Pointsbet. He has additionally expressed an curiosity in dwelling in Sydney.

‘Anything is feasible,’ he stated. 

Basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal (pictured) is contemplating investing in the NBL

Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal (pictured) is considering investing in the NBL 

If O'Neal does invest in the NBL, he would follow the lead of many past and present NBA stars, including Aussie Andrew Bogut (pictured), who joined the Sydney Kings' ownership group in 2021

If O’Neal does make investments in the NBL, he would comply with the lead of many previous and current NBA stars, together with Aussie Andrew Bogut (pictured), who joined the Sydney Kings’ possession group in 2021

‘I all the time throw a lot of issues in the air and while you throw them in the air, you’ve gotten choices.’

Other NBA gamers who’ve invested in the NBL embody retired nice Kevin Martin, who’s the current majority stakeholder of the Brisbane Bullets, and John Wall from the LA Clippers.

Bryan Colangelo, the former Philadelphia 76ers normal supervisor and crew president, owns the Illawarra Hawks.

In May final 12 months, Aussie basketball legend Andrew Bogut joined the Sydney Kings’ possession group following a embellished profession in the NBA.

Bogut’s dedication to the Kings endorsed his perception in each the membership and the future of the NBL as one of the greatest leagues in the world.

In another boost for the NBL competition, which starts in October, the Brisbane Bullets have signed Aron Baynes (pictured left) on a two-year marquee deal

In one other enhance for the NBL competitors, which begins in October, the Brisbane Bullets have signed Aron Baynes (pictured left) on a two-year marquee deal

‘I’m delighted to be formally becoming a member of the Sydney Kings possession group,’ Bogut stated at the time.

‘In the subsequent journey of my life after retiring from the nice recreation of basketball, I look ahead to persevering with to assist make the Sydney Kings the premier basketball franchise in the NBL’.

In one other enhance for the competitors, which begins in October, the Brisbane Bullets have signed Aron Baynes on a two-year marquee deal.

Baynes, 35, is one of Australia’s most embellished basketballers, amassing over 520 NBA video games throughout 9 seasons, together with an NBA Championship with the San Antonio Spurs in 2014.

The towering centre can also be a three-time Olympian, snaring a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

Advertisement

Leave a Comment

adplus-dvertising