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Shaq says Wizards should keep Bradley Beal, Dwight Howard is a role player

Shaq says Wizards should keep Bradley Beal, Dwight Howard is a role player

Shaq says Wizards should keep Bradley Beal, Dwight Howard is a role player
Shaq says Wizards should keep Bradley Beal, Dwight Howard is a role player

Shaq says Wizards should keep Bradley BealDwight Howard is a role player originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com

During the NBA offseason, Shaquille O'Neal copies as DJ Diesel, visiting the nation to play dubstep music. This previous end of the week, he halted through D.C. to perform at Echostage in Northeast Washington.

We made up for lost time with the NBA legend in a one-on-one meeting to get his interpretation of the Wizards. He had contemplations on John Wall, Bradley Beal and, obviously, Dwight Howard.

O'Neal has a long history of junk talking Howard, including a huge number of jokes to his detriment while O'Neal was facilitating the NBA Awards a month ago. Howard has by and large rushed to react to O'Neal's swipes via web-based networking media.

Here are the highlights of our discussion with O'Neal...

On Wall: "He's an incredible player, he doesn't generally require any guidance [in his damage recovery]. My solitary counsel to John is that he needs to figure out how to pace himself. He's fast to the point that he moves quick a great deal and when you have super-ability like that, you need to pace yourself."

On Beal: "I certainly figure the [Wizards] should keep him. He's an extraordinary shooter, however in the event that he's an incredible shooter hoping to go some place, L.A. has $32 million [in top room]... He's unquestionably one of the foundations of this establishment. He and John Wall have in every case nearly been there. They simply need another or two folks."

On Howard: "He's unquestionably toward the finish of his vocation. He's not the Dwight of old. On the off chance that he can go out and simply bounce back and square shots, on the off chance that he can be only a cautious player than he ought to be alright. He shouldn't look score... He needs to change his mentality and change his job. He's a job player now. Superstardom has left him behind."

O'Neal needs Wall to back off, Beal to remain in Washington (or join LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the Lakers) and Howard to acknowledge that he's a job player. There you have it, straight from DJ Diesel himself.

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