Meet Allison Feaster, the staff of the Boston Celtics, and Ime Udoka’s alleged mistress. Below we cover details regarding her daughter and her husband. In addition to that, we bring you information on her parents and her siblings.
Hence, delve into this piece to learn more about her.
Meet Allison Feaster, Ime Udoka Alleged Mistress
Boston Celtic’s head coach Ime Udoka has been suspended for having a consensual relationship with a woman on the Celtics staff, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The woman has been recognized as Allison Feaster. Adrian noted that Ime’s job is not currently in jeopardy and that a decision on the length of the suspension could come on Thursday.
However, the head coach could be sidelined for the entire 2022-23 season.
Ime Udoka allegedly had an “improper, intimate, and consensual relationship” with a female staff member that violated the team’s code of conduct, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported late Wednesday. According to ESPN, an assistant coach Joe Mazzula will be named interim coach.
Ime’s been in a relationship with actress Nia Long since 2010. In fact, they have been engaged for quite some time and he allegedly proposed to the mother of his child in 2015. Nia interviewed with Essence in 2020 and stated that “I’ve never been married. And there’s a reason for that because I don’t know that I need to say ‘I do’ to prove to you that I love you”.
The couple also shares a child together, a boy named Kez Sunday Udoka who was born in 2011.
Ime Udoka, 45, was hired by the Celtics the previous summer. Ime worked as an assistant with the San Antonio Spurs, Philadelphia 76ers, and Brooklyn Nets between the years 2012 and 2021. The coach led the C’s to their first Eastern Conference championship since 2010 in his first season as head coach. In the NBA Finals, Golden State defeated Boston.
Is Allison Feaster Married?
Allison Feaster is married to her husband Danny Strong, her high school sweetheart. It is unclear when they tied the knots but it was more than 16 years before. They share a daughter together.
“I had just finished a season in France,” Allison said. “We just won the French title. And, as [was] customary, I would get on a plane the next day or two after the last game and report to my WNBA team. And when you arrive in your WNBA city — which was Charlotte at the time — you have to go have a physical And in my physical, the doctor confirmed that I was a few weeks pregnant.”
“I was ecstatic. We were ecstatic, but at the same time, you have to really consider the professional ramifications of being pregnant: How am I going to manage this pregnancy? Continue to play? For how long? Where will I give birth? Which continent? I would have to stop playing in Europe for a season. That was my livelihood. So it was a mixture of excitement coupled with uncertainty,” Allison added. “The doctors immediately said, ‘You know, you can continue with your lifestyle that you maintained before the pregnancy.’ And I really took that and ran with it.”
She thus participated in the WNBA for practically the entire season, starting every game up until she became pregnant at four months. Feaster didn’t think about going on maternity leave until she started reducing her compression shorts to fit.
In her Harvard Varsity Club bio, Allison said, “There are no words to describe the important role that my husband and partner Danny Strong has played throughout these past 20 years. He challenges me to be the best that I can be. He and our daughter Sarah, as well as my parents Sandra and Reginald Booker, are my foundation, and I give thanks to them every day.”
After the NBA season, she joined her husband in Europe.
Danny retired from playing in 2011 and moved back to the U.S. and started a new career as a high school coach. Danny is a former NCSU and professional basketball player from Great Falls, SC. Coach Strong played for the NCSU Wolfpack until 1997 before playing professionally in the European basketball leagues.
He retired from professional play in May 2012 after playing for 15 years. During his professional career, he made four all-star appearances in the French National Basketball League, lead his team to victory in the 2005 French Cup Championship, was the all-star MVP in the Portuguese National Basketball League, and served 9 years as team captain for various teams.
In 2022, it is unclear if they are still married. Allison hasn’t shared any pictures of her husband on her IG. But, interviews on the web indicate that they were still married at least until 2017. However, during her Q&A with Herald Online in 2019, she referred to Danny as “my daughter’s father” rather than “my husband.”
Does Allison Feaster Have A Daughter?
Allison Feaster’s daughter Sarah Aleece Strong was born on 3 February 2006. Sarah was born in a suburb of Madrid, where her husband Danny was playing professional basketball. Allison also shared that when she and her husband had to be apart because of their career, they had an agreement that their daughter Sarah would stay with her.
Allison explained, “My husband is pretty practical and he understands the role that a mother plays in a young child’s life, especially, and it was just an unspoken: she’ll stay with me when we have to be apart.”
“It got more complicated once Sarah began to grow a bit older,” Allison said who was in her mid-30s and her playing career was almost over. For Allison, her time was not only playing basketball for also education which she wanted to bestow on her daughter. “Obviously Europe is multicultural. It made sense to me. I wanted to give her that life. I wanted to give her that experience,” Feaster says.
While raising her daughter, Allison played for 10 seasons. Sarah, her daughter, spent almost a decade in Spain so Sarah is Spaniard at her heart. According to Allison her daughter who is bilingual often chides her for not speaking with the lisp when Allison say the letters ‘c’ and ‘z’ in Spanish words.
On 3 February 2022, Allison wished her daughter, “Mi Vida. Ma lumière. 👸🏾🌟❤️ Happy 16th.” Sarah holds dual citizenship of France and the United States. She is a rising star at Grace Academy in Sanford and has climbed to the #5 overall player on ESPN’s class of 2024 basketball rankings.
The rising junior was recently selected to Team USA’s U18 Women’s National 3 on 3 teams, which competed in the World Cup in Hungary later in August.
Who Are Allison Feaster Parents?
Allison Feaster was born to her parents William Preston “Billy” Feaster III and Sandra Feaster.
Billy was born on 24 November 1951 to Winifred Whitener Feaster Fonteneau and the late William Preston Feaster Jr. He was raised by his grandparents, Preston and Bessie Lyles Feaster, in Carlisle.
Allison inherited her athleticism from her father who played adult league baseball as a young teenager with the Winnsboro Hornets of the Tri-County Progressive League. He was a star in the league for more than two decades. After high school, Billy received a basketball scholarship to Belmont Abbey College in Charlotte. He graduated from Newberry College in 1975 after majoring in English. He also played baseball.
For several years, Billy also worked as a roving sports reporter for the Chester News & Reporter.
Sadly, Billy passed away on 8 May 2013.
Meanwhile, her mother, Sandra is currently married to her husband Reginald Booker. In May 2022, Sandra turned 71 years old.
Does Allison Feaster Have Siblings?
Allison Feaster reportedly had three siblings and she was the third child. She has one sister Sandi G. Feaster of Chester, and two brothers William P. “Bill” Feaster IV and Terrence J. Feaster.
What Is Allison Feaster Salary?
Although Allison Feaster hasn’t shared her salary details, we expect it to be above $60 thousand.
How Much Is Allison Feaster Net Worth?
Allison Feaster’s net worth should be above $600 thousand.
Is Allison Feaster On Instagram?
Yes, Allison Feaster is on Instagram (@allison_feaster).