LOS ANGELES (CBS) – Former Los Angeles Lakers star Shaquille O’Neal has emerged as a potential candidate to take over the general manager position for the Orlando Magic.

Shaq, who started his career in Orlando during the ’92-’93 season, will meet with the Magic next week, according to ESPN

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Shaq is currently on his first year as an NBA analyst for TNT.

The Los Angeles Lakers plan to hang his No. 34 jersey at Staples some time next season.

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“We don’t have any specific timetable on this, but you can be assured we will retire Shaq’s jersey,” said Lakers spokesman John Black in an email on Wednesday.  “We don’t have a specific policy on it,” Black wrote. “As you know, players have to wait five years to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, but we could possibly do a jersey retirement ceremony for Shaq prior to that.”

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If Shaq does get the position, we could possibly see a trade that could send Dwight Howard to the team he retired with, the Los Angeles Lakers.