Shaq hip surgery: The inside story

shaq hip surgery

On March 20, an image of legendary basketball player, Shaquille O’Neal, emerged online and sparked conversations about the health of the four-time NBA champion. In the image, Shaq was lying in a hospital bed. And now, it has emerged that he was in the hospital for a hip surgery. The photo was posted on twitter by Shaq himself. Shaq hip surgery is one that could not be envisaged as he sustained no injury in recent times. In fact, the millionaire businessman retired from the NBA more than a decade ago.

“I’m always watching @TurnerSportsEJ and @Candace_Parker miss y’al,” the 51-year-old Hall of Famer tweeted with the photo.

The 15-time All-Star and analyst for Inside the NBA which is aired on TNT and NBA TV, will be absent from the show as he would need time to rest and recover from the surgery.

Meanwhile, fans of the former player, as well as fans of the league, have been worried since the matter came into the public space. Most of these fans took to various social media platforms to wish their star a speedy recovery. Some are also eager to know what exactly the problem is.

In this article, however, we’ll delve into the situation. So, just keep reading.

All about Shaq hip surgery

Yesterday night, Shaq made another twitter update comforting his “worried and concerned” fans. When the photo, followed by several media reports hit the internet on Sunday, fans ‘undoubtedly’ became worried.

“To (sic) all the people who are worried and concerned. first off , let me say thank you,” part of his tweet reads.

Also in the same tweet, Shaq disclosed what actually landed him in the hospital bed of a hospital he did not disclose.

According him, he was in the hospital for a hip replacement procedure. He wrote in the tweet: “just had to get some BBL WORK AKA #hipreplacement.”

In the past, Shaq once said he needed to have a surgery to correct a problem with his hip.

In his podcast The Big Podcast on TNT, he told his co-host, Candace Parker, a former WNBA player, that “I don’t know, if I tried, I probably could dunk, I just probably can’t land. And landing as you get older, it gets harder and harder.” This was Shaq’s answer when he was asked by Parker if he could still dunk.

However, the legend’s answer prompted a co-host, Nischelle Turner

This prompted co-host Nischelle Turner to bring a video of Shaq and one of his sons dunking at the gym.

Shaq, after watching the video said, that the dunking video was taken a year ago, but now that he’s faced some health problems, he revealed “You know, my hip and I gotta get surgery.”

In addition, current and past basketball players suffer certain hip injuries that are common among basketball players. But in Shaq’s case, the type of hip injury was not disclosed.

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