VIDEO: 6-9 Shareef O'Neal, Shaq's son, just keeps getting better

Windward High School forward Shareef O'Neal in action against Jonesboro on Saturday at Rancho Mirage High School during the MaxPreps Holiday Classic. (Photo: Richard Lui/The Desert Sun)

Forward Shareef O’Neal, shown last season at Windward Academy. (Photo: Richard Lui/The Desert Sun)

Shareef O’Neal transferred to the Crossroads School in Santa Monica and the program is already benefitting from the hard work the 6-9-plus son of Shaquille O’Neal put in over the summer.

Here are highlights via of O’Neal, a member of the Class of 2018, at the Santa Monica Tournament during which Crossroads went 4-0.

Crossroads went 12-17 during the 2015-16 season.


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