Jonnie West Rumors
For very good reason, Michelle Wie is probably going to need to take some more time off from golf next year. One of the brightest stars in women’s golf has announced she is pregnant with a baby girl, due this summer. The father is Wie’s husband, Golden State Warriors director of basketball operations Jonnie West, the son of NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West. The two married in August 2019.
The five-time LPGA Tour champion got married on Saturday to Jonnie West, an executive for the Golden State Warriors and the son of NBA legend Jerry West, in Beverly Hills. As you might expect, several current LPGA players and legends were in attendance. Danielle Kang and Alison Lee posted photos on their Instagram accounts from Wie’s big day. Meg Mallon and Beth Daniel were also invited, according to a post from Alison Walshe.
It was just a couple months ago that Michelle Wie revealed she was dating Golden State Warriors basketball operations manager, Jonnie West, son of NBA legend Jerry West. And the happy couple took their relationship to the next level over the weekend, getting engaged in San Francisco. Wie, 29, shared the news with her followers in an Instagram post on Sunday.
The Golden State Warriors today announced a number of promotions in the team’s Basketball Operations department, highlighted by the promotions of Bob Myers to the role of president of basketball operations/general manager, Travis Schlenk to vice president of basketball operations/assistant general manager, Kirk Lacob to vice president of GSW Sports Ventures/assistant general manager, and Larry Harris to assistant general manager/director of player personnel. Additional promotions include Nick U’Ren as director of coaching operations/special assistant to the head coach, Jonnie West as director of player programs, Nanea McGuigan as director of basketball administration/player programs, Chelsea Lane as head of physical performance and sports medicine, Drew Yoder as head athletic trainer, Roger Sancho as assistant trainer, James Laughlin as video coordinator, and Sammy Gelfand as manager of basketball analytics.