Shaquille O’Neal (28pts/20rebs/9asts/8blks) vs. 76ers (2001 Finals)

After giving up 44 points from Shaq in game 1, Larry Brown’s Sixers double team him aggressively in the post. O’Neal, however, has no problem breaking these double teams down with quick passes to the open man, whether it’s a cutting Robert Horry (all of whose points came from Shaq’s assists) or Derek Fisher on the three point line. Shaq still finds enough opportunities to score by posting down low in transition offense and dominates on the other end of the court repeating the playoffs record for blocks (which was recently broken by Andrew Bynum). The two times an NBA player had a chance to get a quadruple double, while having a 20/20 game, it has happened in the finals, Duncan having a similar stat line two years later against the Nets. June 8, 2001.