Shaquille O'Neal is remembered as a four-time NBA champion former league MVP and one of the most dominant centers in history.
So it's hard to recall a time when winning wasn't always synonymous with the Shaq brand.
Before O'Neal was a three-time NBA Finals MVP during the Los Angeles Lakers' dominant run from 2000 to 2002 O'Neal was scrutinized and criticized for failing to win.
His Orlando squad was swept in the 1995 Finals by Houston and his Lakers teams suffered humiliating postseason losses against Utah and San Antonio.
Now enter DeMarcus Cousins. The ultra-talented Kings center hasn't carried his team to the playoffs much less a winning season.
He's been criticized for his immaturity outbursts and how he's treated coaches and teammates in his attempt to be the focal point of the franchise.
O'Neal formally introduced Tuesday as a new minority owner of the Kings said he'll be available to help Cousins reach his potential on the court and transform the Kings back to the franc...