The Minnesota Timberwolves notorious guard Asutin Rivers has faced trouble again; however, this time his son’s mother Audreyana Michelle took charge.
Austin’s love life is quite tangled between two women; Brittany Hotard gave birth to his firstborn in 2018. Later in 2021, he had his second with his current girlfriend, Michelle. However, the guard, being focused on his professional career, seems to have caused an uproar at home.
Recently, Rivers shared a video of his girlfriend, Audreyana Michelle, being annoyed and irritated at him, and the professional finds nothing but love.
What video did Austin Rivers share?
Being a professional at the top level of America’s most popular sports league, the 6.4-footer has to be on his toes when it comes to being fit. The NBA has a pretty tight schedule throughout the season, and players are extremely competitive in their performances in every game.
However, balancing both family and professional life might seem tough for any athlete, and the 30-year-old girl doesn’t want to compromise her fair share of time with her son’s father. In the video, you can see Audreyana’s issue with the wolf’s guard.
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Austin uploaded the video to his Instagram story, writing, “Real athletes know these problems… She made I wanna hoop on my day off…and we just got back from a long road trip. lol and yes this is real.”
The Subzero debuted in the NBA for the New Orleans Pelicans after being drafted by them at 10th overall in the 2012 NBA draft. However, later he struggled to be on top, bearing the pressure of his father’s expectations.
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In his long 10-year career, he played 655 games in the NBA with an average of 8.8 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game. For a couple of more seasons, he had to come off the bench to play most of the games.
Naturally, Austin Rivers has to work harder, and he realizes the harsh reality of the game. But it seems he has to bring his family on board for additional support.