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NBA News Roundup: Shaquille O’Neal throws shade at 3-time All-Star, Enes Freedom wants Elon Musk to buy the NBA and more


NBA legend and four-time champ Shaquille O’Neal is still throwing shade towards Ben Simmons of the Brooklyn Nets.

O’Neal has criticized Simmons all season long for how he handled the situation with the Philadelphia 76ers. Simmons also received backlash from Shaq after teasing his on-court return and backing out at the last minute.

Meanwhile, Enes Kanter Freedom wants to make a return to the NBA. Freedom has likely played his last NBA game since no team would want to sign him due to his views of him. In order to make a return to the league, Freedom wants Elon Musk to buy the NBA.

Here’s the latest NBA News Roundup for May 14, 2022 brought to you by Sportskeeda.


Shaquille O’Neal throws shade at Ben Simmons

Ben Simmons of the Brooklyn Nets.

“If I said something that was hurtful, maybe he should call me.”@SHAQ opens up about his comments toward Ben Simmons

Enes Freedom wants Elon Musk to buy the NBA

Enes Kanter Freedom of the Boston Celtics.

Fox News host Gillian Turner: “Do you still want Elon Musk to buy the NBA?” Enes Kanter Freedom: “That would be my dream… I think, you know, he can bring some justice to the NBA and finally maybe I can get to play basketball.”

Sixers to keep Doc Rivers as head coach next season

Doc Rivers and James Harden of the Philadelphia 76ers

Celtics defeat Bucks, force Game 7 in Boston

Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics.

Danny Green tears ACL, LCL in his left knee

Danny Green of the Philadelphia 76ers.Gina Mizell of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Green suffered the injury in the first quarter when teammate Joel Embiid fell awkwardly to his knee.

The three-time NBA champion quickly grabbed his knee and was visibly in pain. Teammates carried him back to the locker room and he was on crutches during his exit interview with the media. Here’s what Green said about his unfortunate injury about him:

“Kinda sucks. Year 13, as you get older, it gets tough to deal with… it’s not the most fun thing to think about when you’re starting your summer. I think the worst of it was just knowing that I couldn’t ‘t help the team and watching things kind of unravel the way it did when I’m not on the floor.”

Green is expected to miss the majority or possibly the entire 2022-23 NBA season. The 34-year-old veteran still has a contract left with the Sixers, but it’s not guaranteed.




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