New York Knicks Baron Davis Getting Married, Isabella Brewster Cheerfully Announces Engagement on her Facebook Page
By Rachelle Corpuz | September 11, 2013 11:41 AM EST
Two-time NBA All-Star Baron Davis might be tying the knot anytime soon. The New York Knicks pointguard, who also used to play for the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, and Cleveland Cavaliers, got engaged to Isabella Brewster. The popular magazine, US Weekly, confirmed this exciting engagement.
Isabella was ecstatic about this and even announced it on her Facebook page on Aug. 22.
The first person that probably comes to your mind when you think of the surname "Brewster" is probably actress Jordana Brewster from the hit movie franchise "Fast and the Furious." Well, Isabella is Jordana's younger sister.
Some of the famous A-list celebrities whom Isabella has dated are Katy Perry's ex-husband Russell Brand, Milo Ventimiglia from the TV show Heroes and Bradley Cooper. Well, it looks like Baron is the one putting a ring on her. So now, the couple is formally off the market.
It surely is going to be exciting for the two having to prepare for the wedding as this is going to be the first marriage for both.
Baron, in addition to his professional basketball career in NBA, is also working for the movie industry. He is actually a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Isabella, on the other hand, is a former talent agent at Creative Artists Agency or commonly known as CAA, one of Hollywood's top talent agencies.
Before getting engaged to Isabelle, Baron has been romantically linked to Teri Hatcher from Desperate Housewives. He was also rumoured to have dated Rebecca Marshall, Lauren London and Demi Moore.
It is exhilarating to know about all juicy details, but it was not clear how Baron proposed to Isabella. What is clear is that, it will not be long before we see the 34-year-old NBA player and the Brazilian-American beauty walk down the aisle.
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