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The Los Angeles Lakers are embroiled in a highly competitive Championship Series against the Detroit Pistons, but that hasn’t stopped Shaq from engaging in a battle far more personal.

The basketball juggernaut has turned his lyrical aggression to rapper Skillz even though he’s looking for yet another championship ring. In a mixtape freestyle, he went at the Virginia-bred rapper like he was a loose ball under the rim.

“I dont care how “mad” your “skillz” is you cant serve me/ You don’t like these, take off my throwback jersey/ Lil’ ni**as better stay in their place/ hold you hostage in the toilet and s**t on your face…Matter of fact I don’t know what you look like/ you be spittin metaphors like you a geek Canibus studio book type/ I ain’t into f**kin’ beefs and battles/ I’m into smackin’ n***as back into playing with rattles…/Don’t respond, don’t reply, layoff/ Give this autograph to your mom and watch me in the playoffs.”

A confused Skillz said people around him began to inform him of the dis, but he was unable to determine why the 7’ 1” hooper would want to battle.

"I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt, like I kept telling myself he can't be talking about me,” Skillz told AllHipHop.com. “Then [the speculation] turned into, ‘If it ain’t you then who's he talking about?’ And it wasn't any candidates left. I wouldn't really pay attention to it if other people didn't, you know?”

Furthermore, Skillz said that this rap battle was much different than playing the Pistons on the basketball court and therefore in his favor.

“It’s a lyrical mismatch; him going at me is like me coming down the [basketball] lane at him. It’s actually kind of funny,” Skillz exclaimed. “But the streets ain’t gonna stop talking about until I answer. Plus I talk too much s**t to not answer back,” he said.

Because of Skillz admission, AllHipHop.com engaged in its own investigation.

Shaq, who has dropped several platinum albums, might be coming to the defense of teammate and former rapper Kobe Bryant, who is currently accused of rape.

In his “2003 Rap Up” freestyle, Skillz rhymed, “The dummy move of the year that would be Kobe Bryant/ y’all think she lyin' that’s the second time Kobe been on TV cryin’ I’m like, ‘Damn Kobe in high school you was the man Kobe/ What the hell happened to you?”

Also, Skillz once rapped with a crew called the Supafriends from Virginia and Shaq considers himself to be basketball’s Superman. He even dropped an album called Shaquille O'Neal Presents His Superfriends in 2001.

Next week, Skillz said he would have an answer record for Shaq.

- credit: allhiphop.om

Damn shaq fighting over Kobe, seems strange?....Cant wait to hear Skillz reply next week.

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That's pretty funny. I don't know why Shaq is talking shit. He doesn't like Kobe, and that second reason would be shitty. I bet Shaq just wants to start stuff.

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Also, Skillz once rapped with a crew called the Supafriends from Virginia and Shaq considers himself to be basketball’s Superman. He even dropped an album called Shaquille O'Neal Presents His Superfriends in 2001.

MTV.com, give this man a job.

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