WNBA’s Star Sabrina Ionescu ties the knot with Raiders center Hroniss Grasu

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Sabrina Ionescu, the prominent WNBA star, and Hroniss Grasu, the accomplished Las Vegas Raiders center, celebrated a milestone in their relationship over the weekend as they tied the knot in a ceremony surrounded by friends and family.

The joyous occasion was attended by notable figures from the sports world, including six-time NBA All-Star Pau Gasol and Vanessa and Natalia Bryant, the widow and daughter of the late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. 

Kobe, who tragically passed away in 2020, had been a mentor to Ionescu, making their presence at the wedding particularly poignant.

A Star-Studded Affair

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Sabrina Ionescu, the prominent WNBA star, and Hroniss Grasu, the accomplished Las Vegas Raiders center, celebrated a milestone in their relationship over the weekend as they tied the knot in a ceremony surrounded by friends and family.

On social media, Vanessa Bryant shared her congratulations to the newlyweds, expressing admiration for the beautiful couple and extending her best wishes for their future together. 

Dallas Wings forward Satou Sabally also joined in the celebration online, sharing clips and photos from the wedding and adding heartfelt tributes to the couple.

Ionescu and Grasu’s journey to matrimony began in 2021 when they made their relationship public, culminating in their engagement in January of the following year. 

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Sabrina Ionescu and Hroniss Grasu’s Athletic and Romantic Bond

Both sharing Romanian heritage and alumni of the University of Oregon, the couple has a strong bond that extends beyond their athletic careers. 

Grasu, a veteran of the NFL since 2015, joined the Las Vegas Raiders in 2021, while Ionescu has made her mark in the WNBA with the New York Liberty after being selected as the first overall pick in the 2020 draft.

The celebration of their union comes on the heels of another milestone for Ionescu, who recently made history by participating in the first-ever NBA vs WNBA three-point contest at the All-Star weekend, facing off against NBA star Steph Curry. 

As they embark on this new chapter together, Sabrina Ionescu and Hroniss Grasu undoubtedly have many more memorable moments ahead both on and off the court.

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