Shaunie and Shaquille O'Neal's daughter Amirah served her fans with stunning photos of herself wearing Chicago Bulls shorts, proving that she is her father's daughter after all.
Amirah O'Neal is on her way to continue her famous father's legacy and it shows. Even when she is not playing, basketball is on her mind.
In an Instagram post, the daughter of Shaunie and Shaquille O'Neal casually posed in Chicago Bulls shorts which she paired with a black top.
AMIRAH LOOKS LIKE HER MOTHER
Amirah was a sight to behold as she flaunted her toned legs. "Picture perfect, I paint a perfect picture," she captioned the post.
Leaving her bronde curls loose, Amirah opted for minimal makeup. Hundreds of fans took to the comments section to gush over her beauty.
It is hard to miss how Amirah looks like mother Shaunie in the photo. The mother-daughter duo could pass for sisters if not twins with their strikingly similar facial features.
Standing tall at 6-foot-2, Amirah was an ace basketball player at Crossroads high school in Santa Monica, California.
COMMITTED TO THE BALL LIFE
Shaquille and Shaunie are proud of their daughter. She is following in her father's footsteps and even committed to LSU basketball program a few months ago.
Her brother, Shareef, is a ULCA transfer and he has signed with the Tigers for the next season. He will be headed to Baton Rouge in 2020. He was a four-star and a highly regarded, top-40 prospect out of high school. Sadly, a heart problem cost him his entire freshman season.
Amirah is grateful to have the opportunity to spend her next 4 years as a Tiger alongside her brother and excitedly shared the news on Instagram. She wrote:
"Although I don’t fully know what’s ahead of me, I am ready for the challenge."
Standing tall at 6-foot-2, Amirah was an ace basketball player at Crossroads high school in Santa Monica, California. An All-Division 3 Second Team selection, she averaged 17.2 points in every game.
Amirah and Shareef's father was a star at LSU who won a pair of SEC Player of the Year award. He then went on to begin his NBA career and would ultimately become a Hall of Famer.