O’Neal will be hosting his own Super Bowl pre-game series called’The Shaq Bowl’ next weekend

NBA celebrity Shaquille O’Neal is impressed by Tom Brady’s career resume.

He was impressed with him he said Brady’s success together with the New England Patriots, where we now won six Super Bowls in 20 decades, and how quickly he was able to visit another franchise and take them into the big game in his first year as the team’s starting quarterback.

O’Neal, who will be hosting his own Super Bowl pre-game series called”The Shaq Bowl” next weekend, also believes the Patriots did Brady”dirty” at the conclusion of their historic run, and he enjoys that the future Hall of Fame QB is sticking to his old team by directing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into the Super Bowl for the first time since 2002.

“The way he came in… that is his 10th Super Bowl and [to] play a franchise and then the franchise rather [states ],’Oh, you are older, bye!’ And he said’Okay, you do not wanna take care of me, after all, I did for this city? Watch this!’

“[Then he] goes to a different a city, promises them a Super Bowl and delivers??? Wooo!!!” O’Neal said through TMZ Sports.

O’Neal doesn’t believe Brady is the only player on the Bucs to have left high and dry. Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette, that had been released by the Jacksonville Jaguars back in August, apparently received any guidance from O’Neal later he signed with the Buccaneers.

“They did kinda dirty in Jacksonville,” O’Neal said. “I had a conversation with him. I advised him to keep his head up. So, when he was going to Tampa I said,’Hey, man, that is your chance to let everybody know they were wrong about you.'”

“He has been enjoying fantastic,” O’Neal added.