What’s next for NBA stars after surgery?
After undergoing a hair transplant at age 18, former All-Star and NBA star Shaquille O’Neal is now a regular on the basketball court and his hair is back to its original look.
In an interview with ESPN, O’Neill spoke about how he’s been able to return to his old self, and how his appearance has improved since undergoing the surgery.
O’Neill told ESPN that he “went back to the beginning” and that “everything is just perfect.”
“I’m back to my normal,” O’Neil said.
“The way my body looks now, I don’t know if I’ve ever been back.
I feel like my hair’s like a whole new person.”
As part of the surgery, O.N. went from having an average of 4.5 inches of hair in his head to a whopping 8 inches.
He was able to go from wearing glasses and wearing a wig to not having to worry about hair.
O’Nell also said that he didn’t have to shave his head, which he said made him feel a lot better.
“It feels great, but it’s kind of a relief,” O.
“I think my hair is the most amazing thing.
I don-know if I can go back to being this big bald head, but I don and that’s just the way I am.”