Shaq For President

Shaquille O'Neal, a retired NBA great, has been named the first president of basketball for Reebok, the company said on Thursday.

Additionally, the business said that Allen Iverson, a former NBA All-Star, will support O'Neal's initiatives as the company's vice president of basketball.

According to the firm, the newly formed job is a component of Reebok's effort to return to the world of professional performance basketball.

O'Neal has been a Reebok partner for many years; the statement said that when he signed with the shoe business in 1992, it was the company's largest endorsement agreement ever, prior to his rookie season.
The hall-of-famer will oversee Reebok's basketball strategy in his new role and "cultivate partnerships" with clubs and sportsmen to assist the company gain fresh relevance and domination in the professional sport. He will also negotiate new brand deals with current players.

O'Neal simply stated in a statement, "We're back, baby! ", in response to the news. Be prepared. As a full-time host of TNT's "Inside the NBA," O'Neal's involvement in the new position is unclear.
O'Neal played in the NBA for 19 years and won four championships, three with the Los Angeles Lakers and one with the Miami Heat. He is regarded as one of the most powerful centers in NBA history. In 2000, he was recognized as the league's most valuable player.

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