of Windward (Los Angeles)
is one of the more intriguing names in high school basketball's Class of 2018.
The 6-foot-7 freshman forward is the son of future hoops hall-of-famer Shaquille O'Neal, among the most decorated centers in basketball history.
Shaq won four NBA titles, was a 15-time All-Star and league MVP in 2000. Currently an analyst for TNT, he's also found time to release four rap albums and appear in over a dozen films.
MaxPreps photographer Heston Quan was among those on hand this week as "The Little Aristotle" and his Windward teammates crushed El Segundo 88-38 in an early-season tournament. The Wildcats improved to 4-0 and will meet University (Los Angeles) in a semifinal matchup Friday night.View more images of O'Neal in action during Wednesday's game
Windward could be a team to watch in the coming years. Joining O'Neal on the roster is sophomore guard Jalen Harris
, one of the most promising young players in Southern California, along with productive fellow freshmen Jules Bernard
and Payton Moore