O'Neal holds the record for best rebounding average in a playoff (17.5) and most free throw attempts in a game (25).
O'Neal holds the Indiana record for most blocks in a game (10), most blocks in a season (228), and most rebounds in a game(22).
Jermaine won the 2004 NBA Magic Johnson
Jermaine is a six-time NBA All-Star.
Besides playing the NBA, Jermaine would play in the NHL or MLB.
Jermaine is the team leader for the Indiana Pacers.
Jermaine won the 2001-2002 NBA Most Improved Player.
Jermaine O'Neal was drafted 17th overall in 1996 to Portland.
O'Neal never went to college.
Jermaine O'Neal nickname is "J.O.".
Jermaine O'Neal and the Indiana Pacers were knocked out of the playoffs in the first round by the New Jersey Nets.
Jermaine O'Neal plays for the Indiana Pacers.
Jermaine O'Neal was traded to the Indiana Pacers, along with Joe Kleine, in exchange for Dale Davis on 8/31/00.
Jermaine O'Neal was selected by the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round (17th pick overall) of the 1996 NBA Draft.
Jermaine O'Neal's season high for scoring was 34 against Cleveland on 12/23/05.
Jermaine O'Neal ranks #17 in the NBA in Blocks(117.0).
Jermaine O'Neal ranks #8 in the NBA in Blocks Per Game(2.29).
Jermaine O'Neal was named Player of the Year and Mr. Basketball in South Carolina as a senior at Eau Claire High School.
Jermaine O'Neal made his NBA debut at the age of 18 years, 1 month and 22 days old, becoming the youngest player in NBA history, against the Denver Nuggets on 12/5/96.
Jermaine O'Neal helped the U.S. win a Gold Medal in the 2001 Goodwill Games.
Jermaine O'Neal joined Reggie Miller on the U.S. team for the 2002 World Basketball Championship in Indianapolis.
Jermaine O'Neal was the NBA's Most Improved Player in 2001-02, raised his scoring average from a career-high 12.9 ppg in 2000-01 to a team-leading 19.0.
Jermiane O'Neal ranked seventh in the league in blocked shots (2.31) in '02-03, he set a team NBA record by rejecting 10 shots against the Toronto Raptors, 1/22/03. In that game, he became the second Pacers' player (and the first in the NBA) to ever have a triple-double involving blocked shots. He added 11 rebounds and 18 points in that game.
Jermaine O'Neal set team playoff record by averaging 17.5 rebounds in the first-round loss to Boston in 2003, including a single-game record 22 in Game 5.
Jermaine O'Neal had career-high 44 double-doubles in 2003-04, the second most in a single season in Pacers' NBA history.
Jermaine O'Neal helped U.S. win a gold medal in the 2003 Tournament of the Americas Olympic qualifier but was forced to withdraw from 2004 Olympics due to a knee injury.
Jermaine O'Neal earned All-NBA status for the third year in a row (second team) and finished third in NBA MVP balloting after a stellar 2003-04 season.
Jermaine O'Neal in 2005 led team in scoring (16.3) in the second round against Detroit, adding 8.3 rebounds and 2.83 blocked shots.
Jermaine O'Neal averaged 15.7 ppg and a team-high 7.7 rpg in first-round series with the Celtics in 2005.
Jermaine O'Neal snared season-high 17 rebounds at Charlotte, 12/29, including a season-high 15 defensive boards.
Jermaine O'Neal was the first Pacers player to score 30 or more points in four straight games since Chuck Person in 1990.
Jermaine O'Neal joined Billy Knight and Reggie Miller as the only Pacers' players to score 50+ points in a game when he hit the Milwaukee Bucks with 55 points on 1/4/05, a Conseco Fieldhouse record.
Jermaine O'Neal played High School basketball at Eau Claire HS (SC).
Jermaine O'Neal weighs 260 pounds.
He is 6'11".
He went pro straight from high school.
He went into NBA at the same time as Kobe Bryant.