Shaquille O’Neal’s son, Shareef, needs heart surgery, will skip beginner deteriorate during UCLA


Shareef O’Neal will skip his beginner deteriorate during UCLA after undergoing heart surgery. (Gregory Payan/Associated Press)
Jacob Bogage September 28

Shaquille O’Neal’s son, UCLA partisan Shareef O’Neal, will lay out his beginner deteriorate to redeem from heart surgery, he pronounced Friday.

O’Neal, 18, did not exhibit a condition doctors detected, though told TMZ Sports, that initial reported a story, he “felt funny” during one of his initial summer practices with a Bruins. The team’s medical staff gave him a heart monitor, he said, and told him to press a symbol on a device if he felt indisposed again.

Several practices later, he did press a symbol and doctors found what O’Neal described as “something critical and flattering risky.”

“Thank God a UCLA medical staff held it early,” O’Neal told TMZ.

O’Neal, a 6-foot-9 energy brazen and a No. 41 partisan in a category of 2018, according to scouting use 247Sports, will take a medical redshirt his beginner year, that allows him to sojourn on grant during UCLA and safety all 4 years of eligibility.

“During my rehab, I’ll be attending my classes and being a normal student,” he said.

“I’ll be behind in no time,” he added.

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