Standing over 7-feet tall and usually weighing in around 320 pounds, Shaquille O’Neal AKA Shaq diesel, AKA the big Aristotle, was one of the most imposing and dominant centers in the history of the NBA. At his peak he was simply unstoppable but ironically it was severe pain from osteoarthritis in his big toe that slowed him down the most. O’Neal had surgery in 2002 to treat the condition but it still caused him to miss close to 50 games over the next 3 seasons. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports
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