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Shaquille O’Neal will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this week.

The four-time NBA champion, 15-time All-Star, Olympic gold medalist and supremely outsized personality joined the "Fox and Friends" co-hosts this morning to sound off on his enshrinement and some other sports stories making waves, including Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem protest.

"To each his own," Shaq said, adding, "It's something I wouldn't do."

He explained that his father was a military man and he has uncles who are in law enforcement, so sitting during the National Anthem is something he would "never" do.

Shaq said that his question for Kaepernick is: "What happened last year?"

"How come you didn't decide to do this last year or the year before that or the year before that?" 

Watch Shaq weigh in on the Kaepernick controversy above, and see more from his "Fox and Friends" visit below.

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