Willie Green Wife Terrah Green And Kids: Married Life Of NBA Coach

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Willie Green has been married to his wife, Terrah Green, since 2010.

Green’s wife is an independent woman and an entrepreneur who works full-time in her own company.

After their marriage, they birthed a son named Mason, who is also into basketball.

At present, in the Green family, there are five members in total, including their three kids.

Willie Green, A Professional Basketball Coach
Willie Green, A Professional Basketball Coach (Source: Sports Illustrated)

Willie Julius Green, born on July 28, 1981, is an American basketball coach and a former player.

He currently serves as the head coach for the New Orleans Pelicans of the NBA.

Previously he worked as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors and Phoenix Suns before landing his job with the Pelicans on July 22, 2021.

Moreover, during his professional playing career, he played with the Philadelphia 76ers, New Orleans Hornets, Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Clippers, and Orlando Magic.

Willie Green Wife Terrah Green

The Pelicans head coach shared the wedding vows with Terrah Green in 2010. 

Willie Green’s wife, Terrah Weston, is the founder and CEO of Tried & True, a company that provides services to simplify relocation.

She is a Central Michigan University graduate and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in BS, Business.

Willie Green's Wife Terrah Weston Green
Willie Green’s Wife Terrah Weston Green (Source: LinkedIn)

Following her graduation, she started working as a project manager at Cadient Group. Later she worked in a similar position at Evoke Health and Make Green Go Consulting & Allyance.

In 2014, she also started TWG Investments, a real estate company that helps in residential property acquisition, rehabilitation, and renovation.

At present, she contributes her time to both her companies and her family.

Married Life of NBA Coach And Kids

Willie Green is a supportive and proud father of 3 kids, two sons and a daughter, whom he shares with his wife, Terrah Weston.

Many might not know this, but the eldest of the three, Ross Williams, 23, isn’t his biological child. He is Terrah’s son from her previous relationship.

Despite that, the New Orleans Pelican’s head coach has treated Williams as his own since the initial days of his and Terrah’s relationship.

Willie’s daughter Aliyah is from his previous relationship. However, the details regarding Aliyah’s biological mother remain unknown.

Willie Green With His Wife And Three Kids
Willie Green With His Wife And Three Kids (Source: Facebook)

Green and Weston share a biological son Mason, who is 12 years old.

In an interview, Williams once said while anyone can be a father, it takes a real one to be a dad. And Willie has been a real father to all his kids.

Moreover, their eldest son, Ross, is already making his mark in basketball and has played collegiate basketball at Menlo, Colorado Christian, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.

Similarly, the youngest, Mason, also has been showing his interest in the game.

Could it be that Mason, too will follow the footsteps of his father and big brother? We shall have to wait and see.

All in all, the Green family seems to be living a happy, content, and comfortable life. And both Willie and Terrah are still madly in love with each other after over a decade of their marriage. We hope the love continues to grow.



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