I’d love to see the young kid at Georgetown, but that’s just my opinion.
The Diesel and Kobe Bryant may have made up, but that doesn’t mean the former Lakers star wants his son working out with Kobe Bryant.
“[Shareef] don’t need to [train with Bryant],” O’Neal told CBS Sports while promoting American Express’ Shop Small for 2X Rewards offer “He’s good.”
“He’s really good,” O’Neal said. “Way better than I was (at his age). (Shareef) has a lot of colleges looking at him and I am very, very proud of him.”
Shareef O’Neal is one of the best high school prospects in the country — as the No. 18 player in the class of 2018, according to ESPN, and has expressed interest in attending LSU, Arizona, UCLA, and Georgetown.
Shareef was supposed to train with Kobe Bryant this summer — but according to Shaq, that training session never actually materialized.