Lolo Jones is not a fan of what Shaquille O’Neal said about Angel Reese.
The former LSU track legend and US Olympian thinks Shaq may have been high on medicines when he declared Angel Reese the GOAT of LSU athletics earlier this week.
“She’s probably the greatest athlete to come out of LSU sports. You heard it here first. Man and female,” Shaq said before doubling down like the man he is.
“She delivered that package. A lot of us got the package and we still got that package in our truck… Joe Burrow got it done a few years ago, but she’s way more athletic than he is,” he concluded.
Jones — who starred for LSU’s track team before competing in BOTH the Summer and Winter Olympics — thinks may have been still under the influence of drugs from his hip surgery from last month.
“Shaq knew what he was doing,” Jones told TMZ. “Shaq’s just bored. He’s coming off hip surgery. He’s chilling at home. I think Shaq, honestly, is high on some pain medicines. The list is so big with LSU.”
“So, for Shaq to have the audacity to say ‘she’s the best ever,'” Jones continued, “I’m like, ‘Bro, chill on the pain meds,’ because that list is arduous. So long.”
Lolo made it clear that she is not hating on Reese, saying, “We’re not hating on Angel. We love to see it. She’s cooking. Let her keep cooking. But I’m telling you, LSU track and field is the powerhouse for that university.”
Angel Reese has been raking in the dough ever since she won the National Championship against the Iowa Hawkeyes. All eyes were mostly on her after she taunted Caitlin Clark with the “You can’t see me” hand gesture as well as pointing to her ring finger several times while following her around on the court.
Reese’s valuation rose to $1.3 million as she continues to climb to the top of On3’s NIL valuations for women’s college basketball in the wake of LSU’s national championship victory over Iowa.
The sophomore forward averaged 21.3 points and 15.2 rebounds across March Madness and was the tone-setter in the title game with 15 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and one block. She is likely to play her final two years out in college before heading off to the WNBA.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.