Baron Davis Divorce

Ex-NBA star Baron Davis’ wife is subbing out of their marriage … filing for divorce from the former All-Star. Davis has been married to Isabella Brewster-Davis — sister of “Fast And Furious” star, Jordana Brewster since January 2014.  She has filed a petition for divorce in Los angeles county. This is a short term marriage thus spousal support will not be that much.

According to court docs filed in Los Angeles, California.  Brewster-Davis filed legal docs last week to end the marriage citing irreconcilable differences. The date of separation was not listed. The couple has two young kids together, a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old. Isabella has asked for primary physical custody that means that Baron Davis will get visitation. Joint legal custody is a customary practice the courts use when deciding how to decide any custody conflict.  Legal custody offers both parties the opportunity to decide major impactful events in the childs day to day life.  She’s seeking an unspecified amount of spousal support. She also wants Baron to cover her legal costs.  Fun Fact: Isabella reportedly dated Bradley Cooper before getting hitched to Baron.

Baron Davis is a married man. After being in the relationship for several years with Isabella Brewster, Creative Artists Agency Agent, they finally got married on January 30, 2014, and have already welcomed two children. Davis is not associated with any other affair status and divorce case.

Davis was born to African-American parents on April 13, 1979, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. His nationality is American and belongs to mixed (African-American) ethnicity. He was mainly encouraged by his grandmother, Lela Nicholson, to secure his career as a basketball player and enrolled his at Crossroads School. While at the school he was a senior player and led his team to the championship of The Beach Ball Classic tournament. He also attended UCLA during the year from 1997 to 1999.

Davis started his career at UCLA stating he could play in front of his family and friends. Within two years in UCLA, he averaged 13.6 points and 5.1 assists for the Bruins. In the year 1999, he joined NBA. In his NBA debut, David scored nine points and added five rebounds, two assists, and two steals, a 100–86 win over the Orlando Magic. Davis made strong base while he was associated with NBA. He joined Golden State Warriors on February 24, 2005. He stayed for three years with Golden State Warriors and joined his own home-town team ‘Los Angeles Clippers’ on July 1, 2008, with an agreement for five years and with a deal of $65 Million. He overall time with clippers marked with series of injuries and disappointment.

In the year 2011, he joined Cleveland Cavaliers. In his debut game with Cleveland Cavaliers against New York Knicks, he scored 18 points, grabbed 4 rebounds, had 5 assists, and made four three-point shots. He also played for ‘New York Knicks’ (2011-2013). Currently, he is associated with “Later Years and comeback since 2012. It is said that his salary is 13.9 Million and has estimated net worth of $60 Million. In his career until now, he won several awards including ‘Gatorade Player of the Year’ (1997), ‘California Mr. Basketball’ (1997), ‘2× NBA steals leader’ (2004, 2007).