"Me and Scott played with Steve Kerr, he was unable to hit a shot … That man went to the Bulls and got 5 rings" - Shaquille O'Neal says Steve Kerr made progress with a group that pre-owned him well

Shaquille O'Neal has more than once expressed that he accepts the NBA is made out of two sorts of players, far and away abilities and the people who flourish in specific frameworks.

 The LA Lakers legend utilized the case of Steve Kerr to make sense of how a framework player can have unimaginable achievement.

On an episode of "The Big Podcast with Shaq," O'Neal called attention to how moving to the Chicago Bulls drew out the best in Kerr

Steve Kerr, Shaquille O'Neal and Dennis Scott played together for the Orlando Magic during the 1992-93 season

The generally proficient Kerr found the middle value of a repulsive 25.0% from 3-point range that season

 He recently arrived at the midpoint of 47.5% in stretches with the Phoenix Suns and Cleveland Cavaliers

After a solitary season with the Magic, Steve Kerr ended up playing for the Chicago Bulls who didn't have Michael Jordan