Shaquille O'Neal has no shortage of confidence in his dominance on the court. So when Jimmy Fallon asked if Shaq thinks he and Kobe Bryant could beat current Lakers Anthony Davis and LeBron James, his answer was swift and clear. 

"Do I think or do I know?" Shaq said with a smile during Monday's episode of The Tonight Show. "I like having these conversations because, of course, they could never be answered. But, yes. The answer is yes. Hell yes. Of course. Because there's only one contributing factor, who's going to guard me?"

Along with reasserting himself as the most dominant player in NBA history, Shaq had some fun with Fallon by participating in a segment called the "Random Instrument Challenge." In it, Fallon and his guests have to play the melody of a random song on a random instrument. If The Roots can guess the song, then either the guest or Fallon receives a point. During his appearance, Shaq played Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" on an oboe and "London Bridge is Falling Down" on an electric violin. Together, the two played Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" on various instruments. 

Shaq recently showed off the court heroics as well. During his trip to New York City, Shaq helped a woman who collapsed in the streets of Manhattan. The 7'1" NBA Hall of Famer hopped out of his vehicle when he saw the woman lying on the ground. He helped direct traffic and remained on the scene until emergency responders arrived. Per TMZ, the woman was diabetic and fainted while crossing the street.