Shaquille O'Neal built his historic NBA career on brute force and strength in the post with dunks coming from left and right. All of that work on the block led to 28,596 points which is the sixth highest amount of points scored in NBA history. Of the 11,330 field goal made in his career, 1,874 of those makes were dunks according to Basketball Reference. On top of that, he managed to shoot 58 percent from the field which expresses how efficient he was. O'Neal was known for his abuse of rims and opposing defenders that left many foes unwilling to even contest a shot.

Some of Shaq's highlights included breaking rims on a couple of occasions as well as his embarrassing facials over big men such as Shawn Bradley and Dikembe Mutombo. From his All-Star Game posterizations of David Robinson and Hakeem Olajuwon to his great alley-oop dunk that sealed the Western Conference Finals in 2000, take a look at the Most Vicious Dunks of Shaq's NBA Career.

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