Shaquille O’Neal’s career may have ended five years ago, but he can certainly still ball on the court. However, he is trying to pass that prowess down to his son Shareef O’Neal and he is starting by teaching him how to dunk over big men.
What better way to teach somebody to dunk over bigger guys than by using one of the largest men to ever play in the NBA. Shaq stands at 7-foot-1 and weighs in at over 325 pounds, so if his son can get over him, he can get up over just about anyone.
The two were working on dunks and Shareef O’Neal elevated himself over his dad and threw down a jam. If that was impressive enough, he showed that it wasn’t a fluke by doing it a second time.
The younger O’Neal, a four-star power forward out of Windward School, is already a top 75 player for the 201 recruiting class and he has landed offers from programs like UCLA, Kentucky, Arizona and, of course his dad’s alma mater, LSU.