Two O'Neals are better than one ... just ask the LSU hoops program!
Shaq's 18-year-old daughter, Amirah O'Neal, announced she's headed to Baton Rouge to play basketball for the Tigers next season ... just months after her big bro, Shareef, committed to LSU.
"I am excited to say that I have decided to commit to being a student athlete at LSU along side my brother @shareefoneal," Amirah said on IG.
"I am Sooooo grateful to spend my next 4 years as a Tiger."
Of course, both O'Neals are following in their father's famous footsteps -- Shaq is an LSU legend who balled out in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center from '89 to '92 before lighting up the NBA.
THE BROTHER SISTER DUO! Congrats to my sister on committing to LSU💜💛 pic.twitter.com/KBoFW57gwN— Shareef O’Neal (@SSJreef) April 16, 2020
THE BROTHER SISTER DUO! Congrats to my sister on committing to LSU💜💛 pic.twitter.com/KBoFW57gwN
As for Amirah (who's 6'3" tall) -- SHE'S LEGIT -- averaging 17.2 points per game during her high school career at Crossroads in Santa Monica.
She was also an Honorable Mention to the MaxPreps 2019 California All-State Girls Basketball Team.
Shareef -- who recently announced he was transferring to LSU after a short stint at UCLA -- he's VERY excited about Amirah's decision.
"THE BROTHER SISTER DUO," Shareef posted on social media ... "Congrats to my sister on committing to LSU."
The 6'9" Shareef was a top-ranked high school player before heading to UCLA in 2018 -- but his freshman season ended before it began after doctors discovered an irregularity with his heart.
Shareef was forced to undergo scary surgery to fix the issue. He later credited the school's docs for saving his life.