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Kevin Love Religion: Is He Jewish? Given that Kate Bock is Jewish, American professional basketball player Kevin Love wed her in a Jewish ceremony.
Every year since 2013, Kevin’s wife, Canadian model Kate Bock, has been featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Kate and the Australian company Bond-Eye produced a capsule collection in December 2021 that featured five distinct swimwear styles. She also created the Cattura jewelry collection.
Kate started working in 2021 as the chief brand officer for Pompette, a maker of hard sparkling water, and as a creative consultant for Verishop, an online retailer.
Is Kevin Love Jewish By Religion?
Kevin Love’s religion is still a mystery and we are not certain if he is Jewish but his newly wedded wife Kate Bock is sure Jewish.
Jewish foundation honored NBA player Kevin Love for his work in mental health.
Kevin was born on September 7, 1988, to Stan and Karen Love. He grew up in Lake Oswego, Oregon, where he was acquainted with and played Little League with future NBA player Klay Thompson.
His father, the great shooter and former NBA big player Stan pushed his son to improve his outside shooting and ball-handling skills.
Kevin Love Wedding With Kate Bock Photos And Details
Kevin Love and Kate Bock recently married on June 25, 2022, and we can see their wedding photos on Instagram.
After five years into their relationship, Bock and Love decided to get engaged in January 2021.
Kevin and Kate met back in 2015 when they both concurrently took part in separate photo shoots with Allan Zepeda in New York, the photographer who captured the couple’s big day.
Singer Adele and her boyfriend Rich Paul, a sports agent went to the wedding of the Cleveland Cavaliers player and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model at the New York Public Library.
Kevin Love Career As Basketball Player
Kevin Love was selected for the First Team All-America by a unanimous vote and was named Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year.
He decided to forgo his final three years of NCAA eligibility to declare for the 2008 NBA draft.
On draft night, the Memphis Grizzlies selected him with the fifth overall pick, and the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired him in an eight-player trade for the third overall pick, O. J. Mayo.
At the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2010 FIBA World Championship, he participated for the United States on the gold-medal-winning national teams.
Love won the league’s Most Improved Player award in 2011 and was the league’s top rebounder.
Since the ABA and NBA merged in the 2010–11 season, Love had the longest streak of consecutive games with double-digit points and rebounds.