Mourning, Shareef O’Neal’s message to his missing “big brother”

Shareef O’Neal may be the Shaq’s son, but he may not to lack No wonder he doesn’t live an easy life. After his heart operation in college, after the disappearance of his “uncle” Kobe Bryant in 2020, he has just been touched by a new moving drama…

There is information that goes far beyond basketball, and the university of UCLA is going through a real drama, as students find their way back to school. Jalen Hill, 23, former Bruins basketball player, has passed away. The reasons behind this tragedy are not known, and it was the school that took responsibility for announcing it to the fans.

Our program is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our former player Jalen Hill. We offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Shareef O’Neal loses a former teammate…

In three seasons at UCLA, Jalen Hill averaged 6.5 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists, numbers that could well have allowed him to pursue a professional career in Europe, which makes his passing all the more poignant. Shareef O’Neal had had the chance to meet him on campus, and he was visibly devastated by this news.

J Hill, I love you big brother ❤️.. Rest in peace.. ❤️

On Twitter and on Instagram, Shareef O’Neal has decided to pay a nice tribute to his “big brother”. This ordeal is added to the long list of events that have affected the son of Diesel in recent years, with his heart operation and the tragic disappearance of the one he considered his uncle, Kobe Bryant. It takes a lot of character at 21 to take all that…

As he begins his preparation for his first full season in the G League, Shareef O’Neal is once again in mourning, which will not make his task any easier. Let’s hope he will be able to find the necessary resources to get through this new ordeal.

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