June 19 (UPI) -- Rap star Quavo spent some time recently assisting high school basketball star Shareef O'Neal.
O'Neal is the son of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal, while Quavo is part of the hip-hop trio Migos.
The video was published Friday. It features the duo playing a pick up game in Los Angeles. The Home Team Hoops production begins with Quavo lobbing an alley-oop pass off of the glass to O'Neal. The Arizona commit catches the ball and slams in a reverse dunk.
Quavo then passes the ball off of the right side of the backboard. O'Neal catches it with his right hand and slams in a fierce finish. Quavo then shows off some of his game with a slick left handed finish for a layup. O'Neal shows off his skill-set with a fade-away jumper, before slamming in a windmill jam.
Migos' next album, Culture 2, is coming soon. It second album Culture was released in January.
Quavious 'Quavo' Marshall was a star quarterback at Berkmar High School. He led Georgia's Gwinnett County in passing yards and set game records for completions in 2009, according to Bleacher Report.