Shaquille O’Neal’s children follow in her father’s footsteps, and a new generation comes out very well, especially his daughters. Some are planning to pursue a professional basketball career with Shaq’s genetics, seemingly getting everything in the name.
As one of the greatest players in NBA history, Shaq has left an indelible mark on the world of basketball, and we look forward to seeing what his children will gain. Shareef O’Neal, the son of Shaq, plays at Louisiana State University and demonstrates and develops his skills in the field. Me’arah is working hard to develop her game at UCLA as a member of UCLA Bruins in Southern California.
With Shaq known for dominance in NBA history, it may come as no surprise that his daughter is showing dominance in her game as there are viral videos online showing Shaq’s children playing basketball like her.
As well as having skills like Shaq, his children also gained heights like him. Shareef, his son, reached a height of 6 ft 10 feet (2.08 m) when he was 22 years old. Shaquille’s younger daughter, Me’arah O’Neal, stands at 6-foot-4 at the age of 15. Her sister Amirah is also tall and stands at 6-foot-1 inches.
Me’Arah O’Neal is making great progress with her basketball game
Shaq’s children will inherit his genetic heritage and skills that helped him become a legend in the world of basketball. He will pass it on to his children; otherwise, her children will feel the coming pressure to carry that surname.
Fans have high expectations for Shaq’s kids. As they walk out it looks like they are meeting some of them. Although Me’Arah is still young, he is working hard to make a name for himself in the industry, as he is about to emerge from his first league game in 2024 as an impressive prospect, as Benjamin Royer of Sports Illustrated finally commented. year.
“Me’Arah O’Neal is now the second of four O’Neal children to pick up an offer from the Bruins. The rising sophomore at Crossroads School in Santa Monica (CA) received an offer from UCLA women’s basketball Monday. O’Neal’s brother Shareef O’Neal went to UCLA for a season and a half before transferring out of the men’s basketball program in favor of LSU in Jan. 2020.”
It looks good on Me’Arah, as his continued efforts and hard work in basketball show good results. She also has a genetic predisposition from her father who works for her.