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Former NBA Star Steve Nash and Wife Lilla Frederick; know about the blissful Married life of the Couple
Updated On 16 Jun, 2019 Published On 15 May, 2017
Former NBA star Steve Nash is happily married to volleyball player Lilla Frederick. Couple soon to welcome a baby together, he has three children with ex-wife.
For two equally successful and equally talented sports personals, falling in love is one of the best things that can ever happen and for Steve and Lilla, their love story has ended with a happy ending, a blissful marriage.
The legend of basketball, former retired Canadian professional basketball player, Steve Nash is happily married to former volleyball player Lilla Frederick.
They got married last year and are happier than ever. Do you want to know the secrets behind their happily ever after? If you do, then stay with us.
Steve Nash blissfully married to wife Lilla Frederick
Just six months after their big engagement news, 43-year-old NBA star tied knots with his beautiful Pepperdine volleyball player Lilla Frederick.
Steve Nash with lovely wife on their wedding day, September 3, 2016, Source: Sports Chatter
The pair got engaged on March 4, 2016, and took this event to Instagram sharing an adorable picture of them flaunting the holy rock!
The ceremony accompanied many special guests including Nash's coach D'Antoni, and fellow basketballers Anthony Bennett, Andrew Wiggins,Tyler Ennis and so on.
The perfect pair is having the best times of their lives and is planning to welcome another baby soon. Lilla is already few months pregnant and proudly flaunts her baby bump as seen on their Instagram.
He even led his team to win the provincial title and was announced as Player of the Year. Soon, his career flourished after he got a scholarship in Santa Ciara and played in inter-college and state championships.
Later on in the late 90's he joined the Canadian national team and got training from veteran players like Jason Kidd and Gary Payton.
He was also appointed to the Order of Canada in 2007 was awarded with an Honorary Doctor of Laws by the University of Victoria in 2008.
From 2012 to 2015, he played with Los Angeles Lakers and during the tenure, he suffered a non-displaceable fracture in his left leg. Eventually, the fracture led to nerve injuries that made his playing career come to an end.