Being able to call one of the best scorers in NBA history “uncle” definitely has its perks.
That’s the type of relationship Shaquille O’Neal’s son Shareef has with NBA Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady. On T-Mac’s birthday this past Wednesday, McGrady took some time to teach Shareef a new high-flying move.
Shareef is a 6-foot-8 power forward for Crossroads School in Santa Monica, California. According to ESPN, within the class of 2018, he is ranked third in the state and eighth in the country for his position.
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Though Shareef shares the same last name as his dad, their games are very different. The younger O’Neal can do something Shaq never did especially well—step out and hit jump shots. But as you’d expect, the young University of Arizona commit can rattle the rim too.
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On several occasions, Shareef has shown off his dunking abilities with windmill dunks. But after working with McGrady, he displayed a new move that’s even more impressive: A between-the-legs windmill dunk.
To any high schooler who has to defend O’Neal next season: When he does this move on you, you can thank (or rather, blame) McGrady.