Wherever Shaquille O'Neal is at any given point in the day, you could probably bet your bottom dollar that he is having a good time. Case in point: a recent video released by "Step Up" star Adam Sevani. In the video, Shaq and Sevani join forces for a choreographed video of pure awesomeness. 

The duo is seen breaking it down to Electronic duo Boombox Cartel's Moon Love. Shaq dabbling in the electronic music world should come as a surprise to absolutely no one; this is the same guy who recently performed a DJ set at Lollapalooza

Know what else should not come as a surprise? That this NBA legend can dance this well. 

Back when O'Neal was still playing for the Miami Heat in the 2006/2007 season, years after making a regrettable bet, he made the NBA Eastern Conference All-Star roster. In one of the most iconic moments of that year's All-Star weekend, Shaq started a dance battle against none other than LeBron James and Dwight Howard. 

Usually, All-Star weekend is a time where NBA players can relax and take a break halfway through the season and enjoy some comradery amongst their colleagues. Little did James and Howard know they would end up getting absolutely served in front of a crowd at practice the day before the 2007 All-Star game. 

Watch Shaq give a lesson in Dance 101.

For a guy over 7-feet tall, O'Neal can move! Shaq has another iconic dance moment in his career that was also delivered during all-star weekend. In 2009, Shaq was playing for the Phoenix Suns. 'The Big Shactus' decided to add some flair to his walkup after being introduced by the pregame MC. 

Seeing as the 2009 All-Star game was playing for his then home crowd of Phoenix, it makes sense for him to give fans a special treat. But no one expected this: 

Talk about showmanship. 

Fans were quick to show their appreciation for the big man's moves once they saw the epic video of Shaq and Sevani breaking it down. 

Hopefully, this is not the last we see of Shaq and Sevani together. 

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