Shaquille O'Neal has some pretty high expectations for Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic.

At his retirement press conference in Windermere, O'Neal said Howard is the only dominant center in the NBA and the Magic are "one or two pieces" away from winning a championship.

"There's only really one dominant big man left, and that's Dwight Howard," O'Neal said. "I expect him to win three or four championships. If he doesn't win three or four championships, I'll be disappointed."

O'Neal's kind words came after he gave a slight nudge to Howard during his opening statements. While announcing his new nickname, O'Neal laid claim to Howard's current nickname, calling himself the "one and only" Superman.

"In light of today I am retiring all of my nicknames: The Big Aristotle, Shaq Fu, the Big Shamrock, the Big Cactus, the Diesel and finally, the one and only, original, never to be duplicated or replicated, Superman," said Shaq, who's showed mild resentment toward Howard for stealing his Orlando persona at times in his career. "So from now on, you guys can call me the Big AARP. The Association for the Advancement of Retired Persons."