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I forget. Did Shaq get suspended for the roundhouse that he threw at the back of Brad Miller's head when Brad was at Chicago?
He missed, but he would have seriously injured Brad if he'd connected.
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I think he would have got something. And I saw the Heat Laker game. Bynum would have been way more hurt if the forearm would have landed in his head. He only hit Bynums arm. That is why Shaq wasn't suspended or even ejected from the game.
Shaq was suspended 3 games for that missed punch on Brad Miller
"Shaquille O'Neal was suspended for three games for trying to punch Brad Miller of the Chicago Bulls on January 12th. Brad had fouled Shaq on purpose so Shaq came out swinging. He never connected because he throws punches about as accurately as he shoots foul shots. Losing Shaq was no big deal for the Lakers. In their first game without the all-star center, Kobe Bryant scored 56 points and the Lakers blew out the Memphis Grizzlies by 34 points."