Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is brushing off harsh criticism in Shaquille O'Neal's new book, “Shaq Uncut: My Story.”
O’Neal says Bosh has achieved stardom without earning it, is more about numbers than winning, and “is not an elite player.”
“I know the thing is entertainment,” Bosh told the Sun-Sentinel. “How are you going to get people to buy your book? So, I don't care about stuff that is said in the media, or in books, or pointed or directed toward somebody, because it's really just a tactic and nothing else. He's an author. He can write whatever he wants. If he sells a bunch, then congrats to him.”
O'Neal referred to the Heat as “The Big Two,” referring to LeBron James and Dwyane Wade while showing disrespect toward Bosh.