Shareef O'Neal, Shaq's son, says he plans to transfer from UCLA

Redshirt freshman , son of Shaquille O'Neal, is transferring from UCLA. The 6-foot-9 O'Neal sat out his first season at UCLA after being diagnosed with a right anomalous coronary artery, and underwent open-heart surgery to correct the issue. He was cleared to return to the court last March. O'Neal played a reserve role for the Bruins this season. (

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