NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O\u2019Neal, known for his outgoing personality and his dominance on the basketball court, was spotted in Connecticut this week. O\u2019Neal took time to grab a bite to eat at Tony D\u2019s Restaurant in New London Friday afternoon. The restaurant posted a photo of the 7-foot-1 former NBA player and current TNT analyst with some staff members on its Facebook page. By Saturday afternoon it had garnered more than 1,300 likes, 156 comments and 326 shares. \u201cServiNg lunch to NBA hall of famer, Shaquille O\u2019Neal, on a casual Friday afternoon was a pleasant surprise to say the least! Thanks Shaq for stopping by, I guess you could call today a Shaq Attack!!! It\u2019s likely O\u2019Neal was in town for the NBA Hall of Fame ceremony this weekend. While the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is in Springfield, Mass., the ceremony was moved this year to Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut to allow for more space, given the COVID-19 pandemic. Ceremonies kicked off Friday night. The enshrinement ceremony, scheduled for Saturday, includes the addition of O\u2019Neal\u2019s former Los Angeles Lakers teammate Kobe Bryant, who died in a 2020 helicopter crash. The ceremony also includes the enshrinement of Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Barabara Stevens, Rudy Tomjanovich, Kim Mulkey, Eddie Sutton Tamika Catchings and longtime FIBA executive Patrick Baumann. O\u2019Neal played 19 seasons in the NBA, including stints with the Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Boston Celtics. He averaged 23.7 points and 10.9 rebounds per game and won four NBA championships, in addition to being name the MVP of the 2000 season.