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Shaq Gives Bulls a Playoff Lesson

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In the vernacular of Shaquille O'Neal, this was a Shaq Diesel truck veering wildly without brakes, the Cavaliers' 325-pound center barreling into the first row of seats as he chased a ball out of bounds Saturday at Quicken Loans Arena.

To prevent anybody from being pummeled, O'Neal eventually found himself with his arms wrapped around the body of Cavaliers part-owner Nate Forbes, sitting in the seats that require a Quicken loan to purchase. Before O'Neal unlocked his embrace of the owner, realizing who it...

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