32. Shaq Flirts with Finals Quadruple-Double
After a shocking loss to the Sixers in Game 1 of the 2001 Finals, the Lakers needed Superman to save them from a seemingly insurmountable 0-2 deficit. He answered the call as expected. Leaving an imprint on practically every aspect of this game, Shaq brushed off a slow 1-6 start and reasserted his dominance with a near quadruple double, which would've been the first in Finals history. 28 points, 20 rebounds, 9 assists and 8 blocks. There was no stopping him and the Lakers wouldn't lose another game en route to their second straight title.