Once Married Cheryl Reeve's Beautiful Baby Moment: Lynx Coach Contract Extension
One of WNBA’s successful manager, Cheryl Reeve, enjoyed one of the beautiful baby moment this year along with her Lynx family. While even meeting the president of America, Barack Obama, is a big thing, her baby son Oliver actually high-fived him.
Caption: President Barack Obama shares a high-five from Oliver Reeve, the son of legendary Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve in the White House in Washington on June 27, 2016. She will cherish the moment for rest of her life.
Married Life, Husband and Son:
Cheryl Reeve married financier Daniel P. Reeve in 1985 and separated in 2007 after 22 years of marriage. The couple has a son. Moreover, her bankrupt ex- husband Daniel P. Reeve had agreed to pay six installments of $500,000 over a nine-month period.She recently testified against him in the court.
Trip to Whitehouse and baby moment:
Caption: Lynx's third trip to Whitehouse in June 2016.
This June of 2016 marked the Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve's third trip to Whitehouse in five years, thanks to the courtesy of third championship triumph with Lynx. It will be their last trip with President Obama in the White House since his second term as president ends in 2016.
“I think it’s fair to say this team is a powerhouse,” Obama showered praises on the WNBA giants.
“Today these women and women across the WNBA are setting their own example for girls that are growing up today,” President Obama said. “As Maya says, We’re not super rich like the guys, but money is not everything when you’re talking about dynasties and legacies and inspiring young women and men and opening people’s minds.”
“Money is useful, too, and I am for equal pay for equal work,” Obama said to the mass audience at the Whitehouse.
Before his speech, Obama gave a high five to Cheryl Reeve’s son Oliver, who had started crying since the moment he entered the room. The particular high-five will be going down as one of the best moment of Oliver's life.
Cheryl Reeve reached an agreement on a multi-year deal to remain as coach of the Minnesota Lynx in January of 2016. Reeve has won three WNBA titles in her six seasons with the Lynx.
Cheryl Reeve had also extended her contract with Lynx in 2012.
“We are very happy to announce a multi-year contract extension with one of the league’s best coaches, Cheryl Reeve,” said Lynx Executive Vice President Roger Griffith in 2012. “Three years ago, we gave Cheryl the opportunity as head coach of the Lynx based on her extensive experience as assistant coach in the WNBA and glowing recommendations from her colleagues. The decision has paid off with Cheryl leading our team to back-to-back WNBA Finals appearances, including its first championship in 2011, and the best record in the league since being hired. We are extremely happy to continue the relationship and look forward to even better things in the future.”
“I’m just as excited today as I was the day that Roger and Mr. Taylor hired me to be the head coach of the Minnesota Lynx,” said Reeve back in 2012. “We have a great thing going here in Minnesota – great players, great staff and great fans – and I’m very grateful to be in this situation.”
NO OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF REEVE OR LYNX IN CONTRACT EXTENSION IN 2016.
Cheryl Reeve is an American basketball coach and is current head coach of the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. Reeve has the record of most winning percentage in WNBA history. Reeve started her career in WNBA as an assistant to Anne Donovan in Charlotte Sting in 2001. Cheryl has won three WNBA titles with Minnesota Lynx after she joined in 2009.