Luke Walton is a veteran basketball player who currently serves as the head coach of the Sacramento Kings. The former LA Laker played around 10 years as a forward and established himself as a decent player.
Over his ten seasons as a player, he helped his team win 2 NBA championships. He then retired as a player and started a career in coaching. In 2021, he completed 10 years as a coach and it that time has led the Golden State Warriors to an NBA championship.
Luke Walton’s Children
Walton has 2 children but he is notoriously secretive about them. In fact, he has kept them away from the spotlight and the media. Not much is known about them but, this source claims that his oldest son is named Lawson Walton.
He was born in 2014 as the first son to him and his wife. Other than this, not much is known about his youngest son who was born in 2016.
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Who Is Luke Walton Married Too?
Luke is married to Bre Ladd, she is his long-time girlfriend turned partner. They have been together for more than 15 years. Luke and Bre tied the knot in 2013 around 11 years after they first met.
Ladd and Watson share a long and incredible bond since their nuptials. Their wedlock has also lasted more than one and a half-decade but they have also had some rough moments in their relationship.
In fact, in 2019 Luke was accused of sexual assault by a woman called Kelli Tennant. The charges were later dropped and his lawyer even called the accuser an ‘opportunist’.
An investigation was also launched into the incident but the investigators concluded that there was not sufficient evidence to take the matter further.
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Who Is Luke Walton?
Luke Walton was born on March 28, 1980, and is 41 years old as of 2021. He is from San Diego, California, USA, and is an American by nationality.
He is known for his stellar career as a player and later as a coach. As a player, he won 2 NBA championships. After this, he went on to coach the ‘Memphis Tigers’. He started out as an assistant coach and later took up player development at the ‘Los Angeles D-Fenders’.
In 2014, he had his breakthrough season with the ‘Golden State Warriors. He became the interim coach for the club and led them, to a historic season in which they opened with 24 wins.
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