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Shaquille O’Neil was born March 6, 1972. Shaq named one of the top 50 NBA players in 1996.  He played 3 years for Louisiana State University and currently plays professionally for the Phoenix Suns.  He is 7 feet 1 inches tall (2.16 metres), weighs 325 pounds (147.4 kg) and wears a size 23 shoe.  His nicknames include Shaq and Diesel. 

His first and middle names Shaquille Rashaun mean little warrior in Islam.  He got his degree in business from Louisiana State University in 2000 and his master’s degree in business administration from Phoenix University in 2005. He would like to be a sheriff or chief of police when he is finished playing basketball. Shaquille has 3 daughters and 3 sons. 

He is very active in helping the community, including work for the Reading is Fundamental program, the make a Wish foundation, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and his own charitable foundations.

Magic Johnson, born Earvin Johnson Jr., was born on August 14, 1959 in Lansing, Michigan.  He is 6 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 255 pounds.  He went to Michigan State University and played for the LA Lakers before his retirement in 1996. 

Magic was rated one of the greatest 50 basketball players of all time in NBA History in 1996.  Johnson won an Olympic gold medal for basketball in the 1992 Olympic games.  He was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002 after winning 5 NBA championships, being an NBA finals MVP 3 times, and a 12 time All-Star.