Shaq criticizes players for bragging on Instagram about championship
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Shaquille O'Neal appeared to take issue with the social media activity of certain Los Angeles Lakers players in the wake of the team's latest NBA championship.

While discussing the Lakers' title on "The Big Podcast with Shaq," the Hall of Famer called out players who he thinks have taken too much credit for helping their team win.

"You know what I don't like as a player, though? There's a lot of players on their little Instagram bragging like they were the reason they got the championship," O'Neal said. "I ain't gonna say no names.

"Sit your ass down, you didn't do nothing," he continued. "I know you know who I'm talking about. Stop it. Front-runner. Bandwagon jumper. Stop it ... post one pic and sit your ass down."

Although O'Neal didn't name names, some on Twitter believe he was referring to Lakers center Dwight Howard, whom he's had beef with in the past.

O'Neal threw shade at Howard after he signed with the Lakers last year, but later wished him well in his second stint with the team.

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