Shaquille O'Neal's 15-Year-Old Son Claims He Can Already Beat His Dad 1-on-1

Shaq is so washed.

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Okay, okay, so Shaquille O'Neal is 43 and spent about two decades in the NBA, which means that he put his body through a lot of punishment. So we wouldn't expect that he'd be able to do much damage today against, say, a current NBA player. Or hell, even a current college or top-level high school player. But over the weekend, TMZ Sports caught up with Shaq's 15-year-old son Shareef who revealed that he's already able to beat his dad in games of 1-on-1.

Granted, Shareef does have some skills on the court and doesn't play solely in the paint like his dad used to. So we're betting that he destroys his dad with his midrange game as well as his three-point shooting. He's also 6-foot-8. But still, you shouldn't be taking Ls to your 15-year-old son just yet, Shaq! Seriously, how washed are you?

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[via TMZ Sports]

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