Kysre Gondrezick is most notably known as NBA star, Kevin Porter Jr.’s girlfriend. She became a main topic of concern after Porter had allegedly physically assaulted her while they stayed at the Millennium Hilton in New York. It was quite a hard pill to swallow as she was left with a broken neck vertebra and a cut over her eye. This was shocking mainly because Porter is a budding star in the league.
Gondrezick is currently 26 years old and there isn’t too much information on what she’s currently doing. However, she had a brief stint with the WNBA after she was drafted No.4 overall by the Indiana Fever. There she averaged extremely low numbers when compared to her college statistics. She eventually got signed by the Chicago Sky but was waived before opening night during the 2022 season.
Unlike her professional career, Kysre Gondrezick was an absolute nightmare to deal with during high school and college. She attended Benton Harbor High School where she graduated with high regard among her peers. Gondrezick concluded her high school journey as the No.2 all-time leader in points among women basketball players in Michigan. She committed to the University of Michigan before joining West Virginia University. The athlete averaged 16.3 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.5 assists at WVU.
Kysre Gondrezick’s father Grant Gondrezick is an ex-NBA player
But as usual, Kysre Gondrezick’s talent came from parents and relatives who were great athletes themselves. Her parents, Grant Gondrezick and Lisa Harvey were both extremely good basketball players. Lisa played for Louisiana Tech during her college days. There, she managed to help her team to a national championship before graduating. However, Lisa eventually moved on to become a mother and she also supported Kysre’s dream of making it to the WNBA.
Kysre Gondrezick’s father had a lengthy history in the sport of basketball. He played for Pepperdine University during the 80s before making it to the NBA for a shot at stardom. The Phoenix Suns selected him 77th overall during the 1986 NBA Draft. During his first season, Grant averaged 5.5 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.3 assists in 64 games. Grant would end up leaving the Suns and the NBA to participate overseas in France. He would make his way back to the NBA and join the Los Angeles Clippers for one season.
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Between 1989 and 1998, he competed for various small-time leagues in the United States before taking his talents to South America, Belgium, Spain, and Italy as well. Grant had an elder brother named Glen, who also played professional basketball. Unfortunately, Grant was laid to rest in 2021. Kysre Gondrezick has two other siblings named Kalabrya and Grant Gondrezick Jr.