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Shaquille O'Neal Says Toronto Has The Prettiest Women In The League

The 6ix might not be coming off another glorious NBA championship this year, but Toronto women are at least getting some major clout thrown their way.

Shaquille O'Neal revealed during an interview on the Full Send Podcast last week that he thinks Toronto is home to the most beautiful women in the league.

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O'Neal was quick to give his answer when asked which NBA city he thought had the most attractive women throughout his career.

"Toronto and Dallas," the sports icon said before adding "and New York and Miami."

"Toronto is off the chain," he said.

Shaq was then asked by his interviewers what kind of women he's into, to which he replied, "I'm into nice people."

So, it would appear that not only does the 6ix have the best-looking women in the NBA, but according to the Diesel, we also have the kindest.

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