Check out Shaquille O’Neal’s magnificent collection of 30 cars, which includes the $400,000 Rolls-Royce that he gave to LeBron James

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Over the course of his 19-year NBA career, O’Neal earned four titles and built up a net worth of about $286 million.

But since he retired in 2011, Shaq’s wealth has continued to grow thanks to his smart business sense and ability to sell himself. He is thought to be worth around $400 million.

With the money, O’Neal has been able to put a lot of money into the things in his garage.

In addition to Al Pacino’s 1963 convertible Cadillac Eldorado, which looked like it came from a Grand Theft Auto game, there were also very expensive Lamborghinis and Rolls-Royces.

One of the coolest cars in the legendary Los Angeles Lakers’ collection is a white $400,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom with a 6.75-liter V12 engine that makes 453 horsepower.

It is said that Shaq, who likes Rolls Royces, gave LeBron James a Phantom for his 25th birthday. James used to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers with Shaq.

Besides, it’s not his only Rolls-Royce.

O’Neal recently bought a 2020 Cullinan, a $430,000 four-wheel-drive SUV named after the world’s biggest uncut diamond.

Every day, Shaq is probably seen driving his Ford F-650, black Jeep Wrangler, or Cadillac Escalade.

All three cars have been changed to fit the former seven-foot-one center’s size and tuning preferences, and they almost likely all have his Superman logo somewhere.

He probably would cruise in his $190,000 Lamborghini Gallardo or the Ferrari Spider, which has since been taken off the market but had a retractable roof and more space if he needed speed.

Alternatively, he could take a test drive in his red Dodge Charger Hellcat, which can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.6 seconds.

By painting “Diesel Dog Mafia” logos on the sides and hood of that Hellcat and adding sliding doors, O’Neal has really made it one of a kind.

There is also protection for the former NBA star in case he wants more freedom while flying.

His outdoor choices include a West Coast Choppers-built El Diablo bike and a Polaris Slingshot with three wheels called the Sling-Shaq.

The roadster’s 18-speaker music system can keep up to four people entertained.

Whether you like or dislike O’Neal, no one can deny how good he is at driving in style.

He is the Big Diesel after all.