Shaquille O'Neal's two sons were destined to be great at basketball, and now it seems they may be following in their dad's footsteps all the way to Hollywood.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Shaq recently filed to register the names of 17-year-old Shareef and 14-year-old Shaqir for entertainment services and "personal appearances by a celebrity or athlete."
The NBA legend -- who had to name himself as the boys' legal guardian -- also listed advertising and endorsement services as reasons for the filing.
6 foot 9 Shareef has already committed to playing ball at the University of Arizona, and while Shaqir hasn't been hit with the family growth spurt yet, he's a standout player on his high-school freshman team.
Both of his sons have filmed a bunch of popular basketball videos online, and have even teamed up with other NBA kids like Manute Bol's son, 18-year-old Bol Bol.
With Shareef and Shaqir on their way to becoming all-stars, it makes sense to lock up everything necessary to start raking in some cash.
And Shaq's not the only parent that can help them out with a career in Hollywood, their mom Shaunie O'Neal is a reality TV mogul.
Bottom line is ... we could finally be getting that "Kazaam" sequel!