Zach LaVine puts together another impressive season for the Chicago Bulls. His wife Hunter LaVine must love the way he plays. He also signed a huge extension last summer, which should make them happy too.
Zach LaVine’s wife
The two were high school sweethearts. Zach LaVine’s wife played soccer at Seattle University while Zach played basketball at UCLA.
The couple announced their wedding on Instagram and said they have been in love for a long time:
“My heart and soul. Love you with all my heart,” LaVine wrote on Instagram. “It’s been a long time I’ve been together since I was 17!!! My first love and my love forever.”
Zach LaVine’s wife welcomed a baby into the world on August 21. It was an incredible celebration for the two of them, as it should be.
“I love you endlessly. I knew from the start that you were the one. I will choose you over and over again without a doubt. God made you for me! I am so blessed of you and can’t wait forever to be yours.”
While it’s unknown what date he and his wife got married and how they met in high school, the two clearly have a deep love for one another. LaVine was also great in the spotlight as there weren’t any rumors that he was cheating or doing anything he wasn’t supposed to.
It’s uncertain if Zach LaVine’s wife went to Paris with the Bulls, but he hinted they were going to Paris and said it was great to see each other’s families.
“It’s been great for us going into the second half of the season, spending time together, bonding. Each saw each other’s family, which they brought and took care of. It was a great experience overall… I’m definitely coming back to Paris.”
The Bulls easily defeated the Detroit Pistons 126-108. LaVine was sensational, scoring 30 points and grabbing five rebounds. Chicago (21-24) and ranks 10th in the Eastern Conference.
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