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Four-star power forward Shareef O’Neal, the son of former LSU and NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal has committed to Arizona.

He announced his decision Wednesday on Twitter:

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I 100% would not want to go to LSU if I was even slightly good at basketball.
Reply4 months
Statue down.
Reply4 months
Always knew Shaq was a turncoat.
Reply4 months
Does Shaq have anymore sons?
Reply4 months
Sucks! But it is his choice.
Reply4 months
Boooooooo!
Reply4 months
I could see him coming if Blakeney stayed, but there's not much to work with right now... That and seeing his dad's jersey hanging every practice and game would be too much to deal with IMO.
4 months
Feel bad for Shaq. You know how much he loves LSU. But I'm sure he supports his son. I agree it would be tough following Shaq at LSU.
Reply4 months
Wasnt shaq the one that said he didnt want his son to go to lsu?
4 months
Rock the Casbah, young man
Reply4 months
Tiger Bait
Reply4 months
Understandable, a winning program, unless he stays only one year
Reply4 months
A hole
Reply4 months
Yes, you are an A hole
4 months
6'7 185... 185? He could carry another 100lbs
Reply4 months
maybe give him time to mature and grow into his body?
4 months
But if JJ would have not gotten fired........ Ben Simmons 2.0
Reply4 months
Good idea, following in shaq's footsteps if hard enough without going to the same school.
Reply4 months
Josh Maravich totally agrees
4 months
Good luck, kid. Don't blame you at all for that decision.
Reply4 months
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