Shaquille O’Neal, Dwyane Wade, Candace Parker and Adam Lefkoe were back for one more episode of the NBA on TNT to discuss everything b-ball. Indeed, nearly “everything” as the show has consolidated the purported TNT Tuesday Confessional. The section is focused on a lighter side of the elements between the four co-has.
On the most recent version of the Tuesday Confessional, Adam Lefkoe savaged Dwyane Wade, referring to the #9 he gave Aaron Gordon in the notorious 2020 Slam Dunk Contest. The sportscaster went after Wade, referring to him as “right around a LeBron” after the resigned Miami Heat star put down Lefkoe’s unmistakable turtlenecks.
Shaquille O’Neal roasts co-host for comparing Dwyane Wade to LeBron James
Shaquille O’Neal, notwithstanding Lefkoe’s undeniable endeavour, to concoct something interesting, half-tongue in cheek offered him a piece of guidance:
“Listen. There’s rules. Okay?… We all [Shaq, Parker and Wade] here have G-14 classification. You’re a visitor in the studio. Don’t ever go personal… He never said nothing about you… You went personal. Technical foul on you!!!”
Coming from Shaquille O’Neal, Lefkoe was obviously attempting to keep down his giggling. Shaq’s broadly known for his normal dissing challenges with individual Hall-of-Famer and Inside the NBA co-have Charles Barkley. Contrasted with what the LA Lakers legend and “Sir Charles” reliably toss at one another, Lefkoe’s savage work felt unprofessional, best case scenario.
Shaquille O’Neal and Adam Lefkoe proceeded with their to and fro following the Phoenix Suns’ success over the Brooklyn Nets. The Suns have recently dominated their eleventh consecutive match and own the best record in the NBA. In spite of their sizzling structure, neither Devin Booker nor Chris Paul made it as starters to the mid-year event.
The “Dark Superman” asked the Phoenix Suns’ deadeye shooting guard assuming he felt slighted this season. Booker’s counter put the hosts of the NBA on TNT at the center of attention:
“I heard somebody in the studio tonight say I wasn’t gonna have 30 tonight too! A little birdie told me that, but you know how I am. Who said that up there?”
Shaquille O’Neal rapidly and easily diverted the fault on Adam Lefkoe when it was Dwyane Wade who said it to challenge Booker. The science between the four hosts is rapidly arising, and the basketball world can anticipate all the more great basketball talk and chat from the group of four.