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No. 24 Sr Shareef O'Neal: I’m Good Fit For Zona

No. 24 Sr Shareef O'Neal: I’m Good Fit For Zona

ESPN No. 24 high school senior and Arizona commit Shareef O’Neal thinks he is a good fit for the Wildcats.   “They say that my game will fit in well there,” O’Neal told zagsblog.com. “I’m a big man, playing like a wing.”   “I would say I’m an all-around player,” added O’Neal. “I can work in every position if I get the chance to.”   And this season, O’Neal is focused on getting even better all aspects of his well-rounded repertoire.   “I’m trying to improve all of my game,” said O’Neal. “I know there are some spots I’m better at but there’s always room for improvement, with my post game, on the perimeter, at the guard spot, on the wing, anything. I’m just trying to improve everything.”   The versatile and high-flying 6-9 forward, whose father is NBA great Shaquille O’Neal, averaged 14.1 points and 7.3 rebounds a game last season at Crossroads High School.   And playing on a loaded Cal Supreme Nike EYBL team alongside 7-2 center and No. 4 Sr Bol Bol, O’Neal averaged an impressive 15.1 points and 6.1 rebounds this summer.   According to Scout’s Josh Gershon, O’Neal has a very different game than his post-up center dad Shaq.   “[Shareef] O’Neal is an athletic four man with good size, length and athleticism who can score with his jumper or around the basket,” wrote Gershon. “His physical tools give him upside as a rebounder and defender.”     For more basketball news go to http://www.blacktoptv.com/


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Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Martaveous McKnight was named the Southwestern Athletic Conference’s Men’s Basketball Player of the Week.

 

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Star Oklahoma freshman Trae Young is leading the nation in assists, averaging a whopping 18.5 dimes this season.

 

The 6-2 point guard, ESPN’s No. 23…

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Vanderbilt Gets No. 11 Sr Darius Garland

Vanderbilt Gets No. 11 Sr Darius Garland

ESPN No. 11 ranked high school senior Darius Garland has committed to Vanderbilt.

 

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Michigan St’s Miles Bridges Hates HS Superteams

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Michigan State star sophomore Miles Bridges dislikes high school powerhouse superteams which draw the best local players from around the country.

 

“People try to put…

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