Shaquille O’Neill’s son Sharif dropped out of the draft this year, but later won his father’s former club.lakersFavored, given the opportunity for the Summer League, but unfortunately not renewed. However, Sharif still chose to pursue his dream and signed with the G League Ignite team. He is now more positive about his father’s criticism of his former teammates.
“Mr.,” said Robert Horry, who won three consecutive titles with O’Neill, “I picked up the phone at one point and was ready to call O’Neill and say, ‘Dude, you gotta tell You. Son, you can’t just rely on your name to eat, you have to work hard and work hard. Sharif is a nice guy, but I don’t know if he’s tough enough.”
Sharif tooTwitterEloquently replied: “I know it’s out of love and not disrespect, I hear you, sir. Key. But you know who brought me up, I won’t give up, I’ve been taught to fight for it.” I am headed in the right direction, I will follow your advice, just wait and see.”