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less Cole High School head basketball coach Herb More, seen in 2001, was the assistant coach of the school's 1989 basketball team and had the task of defending future NBA star Shaquille O'Neal during practices. "It gave me something to do," he told Parade magazine in 2000. "It gave me something to do," he told Parade magazine in 2000. PHOTO: Lucille O'Neal attends her son Shaquille O'Neal's graduation, where he received a doctoral degree in education from Barry University, at James L Knight Center on May 5, 2012, in Miami. Shaq has a bachelor's degree in general studies from LSU, an MBA from the University of Phoenix and an Ed. in Human Resource Development from Barry University. In his third season, Shaq led the league in scoring, but finished second in MVP voting -- to the Spurs' David Robinson. In his second season in the NBA (1993-94), Shaq's scoring average was second in the league, behind the Spurs' David Robinson.
He shot under 50 percent form the line seven times in his 19-year career, finishing his career at 52.7 percent.
It didn't stop him from becoming one of the most dominant players in the history of the league, but had he accepted Barry's tutelage at the risk of losing his coolness, he might have been truly unstoppable, and the world might have been saved from the dreadful "Hack-a-Shaq" strategy that many coaches employ, including Gregg Popovich.
This being Shaq, he injected some of his light-hearted humor into the proceedings, notably calling out Hall of Famer and master of the underhand free throw, Rick Barry.
"All these guys on stage, all these guys have inspired me so much," O'Neal said, referencing the Hall of Famers seated around him.