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UCLA power forward transfer Shareef O'Neal, the son of former LSU and NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, has committed to LSU.


O’Neal played in 13 games at UCLA this season averaging 2.2 points and 2.9 rebounds during his redshirt freshman year. He announced January 22 that he was transferring out of the program.

The former four-star prospect was rated the No. 8 power forward in the country coming out of Crossroads High School in Los Angeles.
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Is Peggy a LLOTOT?
Reply10 days
Can he defend the perimeter?
Reply10 days
Should have been here from the start. Shareef will be loved here, no matter how much he contributes.
Reply10 days
Only played about 10 min per game. He redshirted last season due to a heart condition
Reply10 days
Shareef don’t like it, rockin the PMAC. Guess he had to let that raga drop.
Reply10 days
"in 13 games at UCLA this season averaging 2.2 points and 2.9 rebounds during his redshirt freshman year" will need some guidance/development
Reply11 days
in fairness, no playing time is listed. Imagine him beefing up some also.
10 days
I think if he gets enough credits in the summer and fall he should be eligible at one year after he last played for UCLA, which was January 15th. Since he redshirted his first year, he can’t redshirt again so he’s losing a year next year whether he plays or not.
Reply11 days
Cool dude. Looks like a tattoo of Trump on his right arm.
Reply11 days
Looks like u really look a lot and trying to see something out of nothing for no reason.
11 days
Get a life
10 days
Damn strong offer
Reply11 days
Strong offer,dude Mama and Daddy got crazy money.
11 days
How long are you going to keep saying this stupid shite everytime a kid commits to play basketball for LSU? It's been tired for a while now already
11 days
When your dad has a statue outside the arena chances are a strong a*% offer wasn’t needed.
10 days
Can he make free throws?
Reply11 days
Yeah he can shoot free throws, mid-range and threes. He's a better shooter than his dad was.
10 days
He talks faster than his dad. Sounds like a fun kid.
Reply11 days
Is he able to play next year
Reply11 days
I think he has to sit out next year, so 21-22 is when we will see him
11 days
He’s more of a project. Hopefully Wade can make him a player.
Reply11 days
The kid was working out with Kobe, dwade, bron, Harden and mcgrady. Hopefully "Wade can make him a player"?????? Amazing
11 days
TWT
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Looks like Wade has trouble coaching the players he has on the team.
10 days
“Louisiana is a different scene.” Indeed it is - get ready for rabid, friendly fans and beautiful women. You’ll like it down here. Geaux Tigers.
Reply11 days
He grew up in Los Angeles. Way better gash there.
11 days
Like it ain't even close lol. Pick your flavor in LA.
11 days
You two got it way wrong. Those sultry cajun women dancin' barefoot in the moonlight are sexiest women on earth!
9 days
Boom!
Reply11 days
Wade continuing to make LSU a consistent winner year in and year out.
Reply11 days
Every other fans are hating while we WINNING. It’s a great time to be be a Tiger. Geaux Tigers
Reply11 days
Every other fans are hating while we WINNING. It’s a great time to be be a Tiger. Geaux Tigers
Reply11 days
You can say that again!
11 days
Hello yah and would be awesome if get Watford for another year and develop him more, that would be huge.
11 days
Hellz to the yeah!
Reply11 days
in wade we trust
Reply11 days
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