60, Kristen Rivers is an American socialite who rose to prominence as the ex-wife of Doc Rivers, a professional basketball coach, and a former player. As a player, he was a head coach for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association.
She is also well-known as the mother of NBA basketball star Austin Rivers, who plays for the Denver Nuggets. Continue reading to learn more about Kristen in the parts that follow.
Kristen Rivers was born Kristen Champion in Wisconsin, the United States in 1961. However, her precise birth date, parents, siblings, and early life are not public knowledge. She is of white ethnicity and has American citizenship.
She is also a Marquette University graduate.
Doc Rivers has been coy about her current relationship status. She is well known as Doc Rivers’ divorced wife, who was born on October 13, 1961.
Kristen met her husband Rivers in 1979 while attending Marquette University in Milwaukee. She dated his teammate for a decade before beginning their engagement. After years of dating, they finally married in 1986.
Unfortunately, after three decades of marriage, they split in 2019. According to insiders, the couple has been separated for the previous six years. Nonetheless, while still married to Kristen, the Los Angeles Clippers’ were discovered having a dinner date with a mystery woman.
Kristen and her ex-husband, Doc, have four children. Callie Rivers was born in 1989, Austin Rivers on August 1, 1992, Jeremiah Rivers on July 27, 1987, and Spencer Rivers on June 27, 1995. They’ve all followed in their father’s footsteps.
Callie, their firstborn child, played volleyball at the University of Florida. Jeremiah, their eldest son, has played basketball at both Indiana University and Georgetown University. Similarly, their middle son Austin is a shooting guard for the National Basketball Association’s Denver Nuggets.
Spencer, Doc’s youngest son, played basketball at UC Irvine. Aside from that, her son-in-law Seth, who was teammates with Austin at Duke University, is now a shooting guard with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Kristen and Doc welcomed their first grandchild in 2018, when their daughter, Callie, 32, and her husband, Seth Curry, welcomed their first child together. Carter Lynn Curry is the name they gave to their infant child.
Following a seven-month engagement, Seth and Rivers eloped on September 14, 2019, in Malibu, California.
Their intimate wedding ceremony in front of their loved ones. They got engaged on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2019, just a few days before their wedding.
Curry proposed to her in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he grew up.
In addition, Kristen’s son Austin, an NBA player, has two children. Kayden Rivers, his firstborn child, was born in 2018, and his mother is Brittany Hotard. In March 2021, he will have his second child, a son with Audreyana Michelle.
Kristen’s net worth is still unknown, although it is estimated to be in the $300,000 range. According to accounts, she works as a socialite. Doc, her husband’s net worth, is estimated to be approximately $50 million. He has been working as a coach since 1999.
Kristen Rivers estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Kristen Rivers in 2020 -2021?
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$50 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$30 million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Income Source||Socialite, Celebrity Wife|
|Net Worth Verification Status||Not Verified|
Similarly, Rivers earns a yearly compensation of $10 million as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, a position he has held since 2013. In 2011, he agreed to a five-year contract agreement with ESPN worth $35 million. His career highlights as a player and coach include stints with the Atlanta Hawks, the New York Knicks, the Orlando Magic, the Boston Celtics, and the Philadelphia 76ers.
Her son, Austin Rivers, a professional basketball player, has a net worth of $23 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He will play for the Denver Nuggets in 2021. Previously, he played for the New Orleans Hornets/Pelicans, the Los Angeles Clippers, the Washington Wizards, the Houston Rockets, and the New York Knicks.