Daquan Jeffries is gearing up for a significant life transition as he eagerly embraces a new chapter with his then-girlfriend, now-fiancée, Chantel Christie.
Although neither of them has made an official announcement regarding their engagement, they have given subtle hints on her Instagram account.
DaQuan Jeffries, born August 30, 1997, is a professional basketball player.
His collegiate career includes stints at Oral Roberts and Western Texas College before he made a transfer to Tulsa and played two seasons of college basketball.
He averaged 13 points and 5.6 rebounds per game during his senior year, earning him a spot on the Third-team All-American Athletic Conference.
He has played in the NBA for the Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, and New York Knicks.
Presently, he plays for the Knicks, having signed a two-year contract worth $2.37 million.
Daquan Jeffries Girlfriend Turned Fiancee Chantel Christie
Daquan Jeffries is stepping into a new chapter of life as he prepares to tie the knot with his girlfriend turned fiancée, Chantel Christie.
The announcement of their engagement was made by Chantel herself on Instagram on November 24, 2023, expressing gratitude for the blessings in her life.
In her heartfelt post, she reflected on the understanding and support she receives from Daquan, stating,
“All the parts of me that are misunderstood, he understands. Patient, Passionate + Kind.”
Daquan responded to the announcement with a simple declaration of love, saying, “I love you sf❣️.”
Details about how Daquan and Chantel met and when their relationship began remain undisclosed.
Who Is Chantel Christie?
Chantel Christie, born on June 1, 1993, in Seattle, Washington, USA, is an accomplished individual.
She has authored a book titled “I Want To Live! A Teenager’s Guide To Finding Self-Love.”
Additionally, she runs a YouTube channel with 11k subscribers and boasts over 37k followers on Instagram.
Chantel is the daughter of Jackie Christie and Doug Christie. Doug Christie, her father, is a former NBA player who transitioned into coaching and currently serves as the assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings.
Selected as the 17th overall pick in the 1992 NBA Draft, Doug played for seven teams during his 15-season NBA career.
Renowned for his defensive skills, he earned accolades such as an NBA All-Defensive First Team selection and three NBA All-Defensive Second Team selections during his tenure with the Kings.
Doug took on the role of assistant coach for the Kings in 2021.