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Shaquille O'Neal hasn't quite had the impact on Inside the NBA that many fans of the show and the league would have expected. Sure, he's had his funny moments and his notable on-air slip ups that have resulted in laughter, but we haven't had a seminal moment yet in Shaq's newborn media career.
We may have just found that clip thanks to somebody farting on the Miami Heat bench. Totally predictable, right? Watch and enjoy as Shaq breaks down the wafting odor going "four deep" along the bench.
Unfortunately, there was no insights as to the culprit for the only source for fair and balanced reporting on the Miami Heat, ESPN's Heat Index.
(H/T Huffington Post Sports)
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Haha. When caught downwind, there is nothing more disgusting than the odor of someone else’s gas. When you are nowhere near the affected area — fart zero, as it were — but can still witness the stinky aftermath, there is nothing more amusing. When a professional basketball team’s bench is captured in a screengrab attempting [...]
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