He wins the NBA loud night breathing title.
Retired basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal put the zzzs in “Kazaam” after his “NBA on TNT” co-hosts caught him sleeping — fairly loudly — whereas on the job. The unique Instagram story of the Shaq-nap has since disappeared, nonetheless, the footage is at present going viral on Twitter.
The transient clip, posted by O’Neal’s colleague Dwyane Wade, depicts the 48-year-old hall-of-famer slumbering in his workplace whereas fellow analysts Wade and Candace Parker look on in amusement. Encasing Shaq’s head is a weird bubble-like equipment — which some commenters have claimed is a CPAP machine to scale back the ex-All-Star’s sleep apnea signs.
Others have joked that it appears like an “astronaut” helmet whereas one other Twitter consumer urged it was certainly one of “these wealthy man covid helmets,” which The Put up reviewed in October.
“What the hell is happening right here,” an aghast Wade, 39, could be heard saying. “We purported to be working.”
If that wasn’t ridiculous sufficient, the 7-foot-1 Lakers legend begins loud night breathing ferociously, inflicting the bystanders to break down right into a match of giggles.
“Hear intently what sort of roar is that this,” reads the on-screen caption.
The clip ends with out them waking the sleeping large.