Alex Rodriguez’s daughter, Natasha, sang a beautiful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a WNBA game between the Minnesota Lynx and Indiana Fever.
Rodriguez, a minority owner of the NBA’s Lynx and Minnesota Timberwolves, stood courtside to watch his daughter sing the national anthem. He tweeted about it afterwards.
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“What a night at the @minnesotalynx game!” he wrote. “Started with watching my daughter sing the National Anthem and ended with the #lynx bringing home a W!”
Rodríguez has two children: Natasha and Ella. He had both of them with his ex-wife, Cynthia. The two filed for divorce in 2008.
The former New York Yankees superstar became a co-owner of the Lynx and Timberwolves in 2021, with billionaire Marc Lore as the majority owner. Lore is the former President and CEO of Walmart US eCommerce. The two bought the team from Glen Taylor for around $1.5 billion.
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The Lynx defeated the Fever on Wednesday, 90-83. Napheesa Collier led the way with a game-high 32 points along with eight rebounds and two assists. Kayla McBride had 21 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the field with three rebounds and three assists.
Minnesota improved to 8-9 on the year and is currently in the final playoff seed in the WNBA.
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Minnesota made the playoffs in 2021 with a 22-10 record, but missed out last season with a 14-22 record. The franchise has won four WNBA championships.