Shaq’s 13-year-old daughter threw down a dunk on a 10-foot hoop, and her highlights show she’s already an unstoppable force

Me’arah O’Neal’s older brother Shareef posted a video on Twitter of the young baller throwing down. Cassy Athena/Getty Images / SSJreef/Twitter
  • Shaquille O’Neal’s 13-year-old daughter, Me’arah, can dunk.
  • Her older brother Shareef O’Neal posted a video on Twitter Tuesday night of the young baller throwing down on a regulation 10-foot hoop.
  • Highlights of the 6-foot-4 LA’s Finest star show that she’s already an unstoppable force like her dad.
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Shaquille O’Neal was one of the most powerful and entertaining dunkers in the history of the NBA, and now the big man is passing his talent on to his kids.

A video surfaced online Tuesday night of O’Neal’s 13-year-old daughter, Me’arah O’Neal, dunking on a regulation 10-foot hoop in what appears to be a home gym.

Shareef O’Neal, Me’arah’s older brother, originally posted the video on Twitter with the caption, “So my 13 year old sister is a cheat code.”^tfw

Me’arah, who is the youngest of Shaq’s five children, plays for LA’s Finest, according to And based on some of her highlight videos, it looks as though the 6-foot-4 teenager is already an unstoppable force like her dad.

Her older sister Amirah O’Neal can play too.

Me’arah is still too young to commit to play in college, but given her height, her basketball genes, and her ability to dominate the post and drain shots from range, there’s little doubt she’ll have offers rolling in soon.

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