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Shaq’s Son Shareef O’Neal’ Is Dominating High School Basketball Not Like You Would Think

Shaquille O’Neal’s son Shareef O’Neal shown here playing with California Supreme this past weekend in Houston at the 2015 Big Cup. Shaq’s son Shareef’ height is 6’8″ and he is only a freshman in high school at Windward High School in Los Angeles. You would think he would be just like his daddy, pounding the ball in the key dominating and trucking over everyone in his way. Well, Lil Diesel’ plays a little bit more differently than his daddy portrayed. What a difference in their games…

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Oh and yes…Time seems to fly!!! Shaquille O’neal’s kids are growing up extremely fast and I don’t mean that in the literal way. Shareef O’Neal is the eldest of the gi-normous Shaq kids who is only a freshman in high school. With his inside and outside versatility which is differently than his daddy may make him a force to be reckoned with. He recently just received his first college scholarship offer from USC. The crazy thing about it is not to many sports fans know about the Lil Shaq’ in the making. So I guess we can be all honored.
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