Alejandra Amarilla is well known for being the ex-wife of former basketball player Steve Nash. She was born in 1974 in Paraguay, South America. She is a philanthropist, director, and writer by profession.
She is well known for her debut in “Landfill Harmonic” and the short movie “Unleashing Creativity.”
She’s currently living in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Marriage And Children
Alejandra got married to Steve in June 2005. The couple dated each other for three years before getting married.
They met each other for the first time in 2001. However, the couple is no longer together; they divorced in 2011.
As per the rumor, the reason behind their divorce was that Alejandra cheated on Steve with his teammate Jason Richardson as their third child wasn’t of Steve.
Does The Couple Share Children Together?
Alejandra and Steve share twin daughters and a son together before divorcing.
Their twin daughters are Lola Nash and Bella Nash, and name of the son is Matteo Joel.
The twin daughters were born on October 14, 2004, and the son was born on November 12, 2010, in Canada.
About Her Ex-Husband Steve
Steve was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, on February 7, 1974, but grew up in Canada.
He was a former basketball player and is currently a professional basketball coach.
In 2022 he was the coach of the Brooklyn Nets. Steve had played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for 18 seasons.
He retired as a basketball player in March 2015, and before becoming a coach, he worked as a consultant for the Golden States Warriors.
He is also the co-founder of BLOCK Training.
Alejandra is 49 years old as of 2023.
Alejandra's net worth is estimated to be nearly $1.5 million. Her primary source of income comes from being a filmmaker.
Basketball Isn’t The Only Game Steve Played
Steve’s father John Nash was a soccer player. Although Steve was born in South Africa, he moved to Canada when he wasn’t even a year old.
Steve’s father had no idea about basketball then, so Steve grew up playing soccer, hockey, baseball, box lacrosse, and chess, as these were quite famous in Canada, according to Steve.
In an interview, Steve said that when he was in eighth grade, he got introduced to basketball and started playing basketball, but he was still, involved in playing soccer and hockey as he used to play for the city select team.
He said that after a year of playing basketball, he loved it so much that he quit hockey and soccer.
An Athlete Dies Twice As Per Steve
Before officially retiring from basketball, Steve had claimed that it felt a weird transition for him to play a game for more than 18 years in a national basketball league and leave it, as every athlete has to go through this.
He said that many people express that an athlete dies twice.
If you have to be happy for the rest of your life, you have to say goodbye to your former self, which is not easy said Steve.
Steve’s Experience With Kobe As A Teammate
Steve and Kobe had played 42 games together when they were in Los Angeles Lakers in the 2012-13 season.
So, regarding their playing together, Steve said seeing Kobe's works was an excellent experience.
He said that they played games barely as both of them were injured during those periods.
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