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Doc Rivers and the Celtics officially introduced new Celtics center Shaquille O’Neal at the team’s practice facility in Waltham on Tuesday. Shaq told media members that he just wants to win, and the Celtics give him the best chance to do so.
“This was a good team with or without me,” said O’Neal. “I don’t mind playing a role. I know where I am at this point in my career. It’s about coming to a team that is one or two pieces from a championship.”
For the full press conference, check it out below:
Shaq chose No. 36 because he’s always worn a number in the 30′s and he’s playing on his sixth team. Remarkably, he’s the only No. 36 in Celtics history.