Shaquille O'Neal reveals the All-Time scoring list, with an unexpected omission of LeBron James at the summit.

Although he was one of the most formidable big players in NBA history, Shaquille O'Neal was plagued by a serious deficiency in his game. 

A frightening visual was posted on the Hall of Fame center's social media accounts as he was making a joke about his weaknesses. 

The image that he shared on social media was a list of all-time scorers that did not have LeBron James in the top slot.

When LeBron James passed Kareem-Abdul Jabbar on the all-time scoring list during the previous season, he shattered a mark that many people believed could never be surpassed. 

The star player for the Los Angeles Lakers solidified his position as the player in NBA history with the most points scored during his 20th season.

Shaquille O'Neal is currently ranked somewhere further down the all-time list. If it weren't for his bad performance from the free-throw line, he probably would have finished higher. 

The former Most Valuable Player has a career field goal percentage of just 52.7% from the free throw line.

Shaq just recently shared a picture on his Instagram account, captioning it with the statement that he'd have a higher all-time ranking if he had made more free throws. 

It came as quite a surprise to everyone that LeBron James was not sitting in the top slot. Oscar Scmidt, a previous worldwide star, was actually the one who won.

Oscar Schmidt is mentioned in Shaquille O'Neal's post on social media because many people believe that he holds the record for the most points ever scored in the sport of basketball. Despite this, he was never seen playing in the NBA.

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