The pro golfer tied the knot with Warriors director of basketball operations Jonnie West in a lavish Beverly Hills ceremony over the weekend. West, the son of Lakers Hall of Famer Jerry West, and the Stanford alum brought the athletic A-list to the reception, which was hosted at a private home. Warriors guard Stephen Curry reportedly was in attendance, as were LPGA pros Danielle Kang, Jessica Korda, Marina Alex, Alison Lee and Alison Walshe. Golf Channel reports the two plan to make their home in San Francisco, where West is based with the team.
— Katie Dowd
The goaltender regrets not having more friends and family at his last game with the Florida Panthers, but they’ll be invited for his jersey retirement instead. If he had known he was retiring, a decision he didn’t make until weeks later, he would have ensured that more loved ones were there. The Panthers said they will send Luongo’s No. 1 jersey to the rafters March 7. “Hopefully, there will be a lot of people in the building to enjoy that special moment with me,” said Luongo, who retired in June after 19 NHL seasons. His 489 career victories are third behind Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy.
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