Andre Iguodala's girlfriend Andrea John is a graduate of Harvard Business School and former employee of Goldman Sachs. She first attended the University of Pennsylvania before getting an MBA in good old Cambridge, Massachusetts at Harvard. She worked at Goldman for close to ten years before switching it up and getting a job at Restaurant Brands International Inc. I know the company sounds like some sort of marketing firm for restaurants, but in reality it's just a huge conglomerate that was created when Burger King merged with Tim Horton's.
Andrea works at the Miami headquarters, which is the headquarters for Burger King (Tim Horton's headquarters is in Canada). So you know what this means, right? Andre Iguodala's girlfriend Andrea John works for Burger King, people! She spent all that time studying at smarty colleges and for what? Well, I'm guessing her job is a pretty big deal, actually. Her company is the third largest operator of fast-food chains in the world, and she's the Director of Investor Relations for it. This probably means she's talking to the majority stakeholders, 3G Capital, quite a bit. I guess it also means she's explaining things to everybody that has a stake in Restaurant Brands International, but I wouldn't count on a call from her if you buy a few thousand dollars in stock.
We should probably mention that Andre's ex-girlfriend Clayana Warthen is a dancer from South Jersey, and brought him to court over child support. She was asking for 12,000 to 15,000 dollars a month. That's quite a tidy sum, innit? Anyway, there's also rumors swirling around that Andre's dating back with another baby mama named Christina Gutierrez. Personally, I just think Andrea John is the most interesting of the bunch, and since she's been seen on multiple occasions with Mr. Iguodala, we're focusing on her. It should also be noted that Andrea used one of the pictures taken with Andre and cropped it for her own LinkedIn account profile picture. I know that's not relevant to anything, but if she's broken up with him now at least she got a good profile pic out of the relationship.
Draymond Green's aunt Tina Green
Draymond Green's Sister
The ever-entertaining and charismatic Draymond Green must be given some of the spotlight here, but this picture certainly does not contain Draymond Green's girlfriend. No, readers, this is a fakeout. It's just his mother being happy for him at his draft day when he got word that he'd be part of the Golden State Warriors. His aunt Tina Green was also at the celebration along with his mom, Mary Green. If you look at the picture, it kind of makes you wonder how tall his mom is, right? I mean, Draymond Green himself is 6'7", but she doesn't look more than four inches short than the guy. So is she wearing 9-inch heels or is she really that tall?
Another lovely lady is his sister who is basically the only young lady he's ever posted on Instagram in the entirety of his NBA career. His Twitter account is similarly barren, and you've got to admire the man's ability to keep things on the down-low. Though Draymond Green's girlfriend eludes us, I wouldn't worry about her eventually popping up on the internet; especially if the Warriors take home a title. Of course, it could be that Draymond just doesn't have a girlfriend, preferring instead to play the field from city to city. Being an NBA player allows one to try all the flavors in the cupboard, so to speak.
I suppose we should try to entertain you with a little anecdote since Draymond Green's girlfriend isn't part of the equation. Green recently attended a Panthers and Seahawks football game with teammate Steph Curry and Steph Curry's wife Ayesha Alexander. Apparently Ayesha and Ayesha's mom (!?) started yelling at some Seahawks fans for bragging and taunting people that their team was going to win. Draymond Green saw the commotion, picked up some grapes from the snack section, and tossed them at the loudmouth fans. Now, if you ask me, that's a recipe for trouble for most people. I'm 5'9" and weigh 160 pounds, and when I'm tossing grapes at loudmouths, I'm also priming up for a fistfight because you know that's what could easily follow such an action. That is not so with a 6'7" power forward, though. Sometimes life is just easier for big guys.
Well, even though she's not often photographed, there's plenty to talk about with Chris Mullins' wife Liz Mullin. For starters, she witnessed one of her best friends get murdered in front of her when she was only 19 years old. I know this is grim, folks, but I've got to inform you. So she was walking home from a sports event with her friend Habeeb, two muggers jumped out and pointed a gun at them, at which point Habeeb ran away. One of the muggers then held a gun to Liz's head and made her call back Habeeb, threatening to kill her. Habeeb came back, and the other mugger threw her to the ground, stabbed her in the chest, and stole a necklace and a ring. Liz's friend died, and the two guys were sent to prison. Unfortunately, when the stabber got released from prison, he tried almost the exact same crime. He then got thrown right back into prison.
Chris Mullins' wife Liz Mullin still does not talk about the incident (for obvious reasons), though the two of them and Mark Jackson (who also went to SJU) set up a scholarship in Habeeb's name. So that's the story of Liz Mullin's near death experience in the city of New York. Chris, Liz, and Mark Jackson are all graduates of SJU. Another good tale was when Chris got suspended by his coach Don Nelson for his abuse of alcohol, and Liz had him checked into a rehab program. Chris thought it would ruin their relationship for some reason and Liz told him going to rehab was the best Christmas present he could have given her. That eventually led to him becoming sober (or at least not a raging drunk?).
Chris and Liz also have four kids: Chris, Sean, Liam, and Kiera. Liz is always tweeting about them and how proud she is, etc. She basically never posts pictures of herself, and most of her focus is on her kids. Kiera and Liam are still in high school but Sean played lacrosse at SJU and Chris Jr. played basketball at Loyola Marymount after attending Cushing Academy in Massachusetts.