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After having been a part of a new millennium dynasty in Los Angeles along side Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'neil was traded to the Miami Heat and played 4 seasons with the team. With a young Dwayne Wade by his side Shaq had been revitalized and was focused on bringing a championship to Miami. In his first season with the Heat he averaged 22.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game and was voted into his 12th consecutive All-Star game. That year he took the Center spot of the All-NBA First Team and was the close runner up for the NBA MVP award (losing to Steve Nash). The Heat had the best record in the East and made the Eastern Conference Finals losing a close 7 game series to the defending champion Detroit Pistons. The next year however with Pat Riley as the head coach and despite 18 games missed due to injury Shaq was able to help Dwayne Wade and a team of veterans bring Miami it's first NBA Championship. That is why this pair is so important, because the 2006 NBA Championship was Shaq's 4th and last championship. This is a very special retro Shaqnosis and any Shaq and/or Miami Heat fan would appreciate it.