Allison Sharlene Feaster-Strong, who was born on February 11, 1976, is an American former professional basketball player. Feaster-Strong played in the Women’s National Basketball Association from 1998 to 2008 for the Los Angeles Sparks, Charlotte Sting, and Indiana Fever. On August 8, 2016, she retired from the basketball.
Allison Feaster is a married woman. Feaster-Strong is married to Danny Strong, her high school sweetheart and college basketball player at North Carolina State University. They have a daughter, Sarah, who was born in February 2006. During the WNBA’s off-season, they both played in Europe. After a few years of playing in France, they became French citizens. Feaster-Strong has played basketball in the WNBA as Allison Feaster and in other countries as Allison Feaster-Strong.
Here’s everything you need to know about Allison Feaster‘s personal life.
Know About Danny Strong, Allison Feaster Husband
Danny Strong is a basketball player from Great Falls, South Carolina, who used to play for NCSU. Coach Strong played for the NCSU Wolfpack until 1997. After that, he played professional basketball in Europe. In May 2012, after 15 years of playing professionally, he retired.
During his professional basketball career, he was an all-star four times in the French National Basketball League, led his team to victory in the 2005 French Cup Championship, was the all-star MVP in the Portuguese National Basketball League, and was the team captain for nine years on different teams. His leadership on and off the court and his dedication to helping young people have been constants throughout his career.
Meet Sarah Strong, Allison Feaster Daughter
Sarah Strong is the daughter of two former NBA players, so it’s in her blood to shine.
Strong, who will be a junior at Grace Academy in Sanford next year, is now the fifth best player in the class of 2024. She says that when big college coaches come to watch her play, she strives to be unfazed.
Danny Strong used to play men’s basketball for NC State. He also played professionally overseas for a while and is now her daughter, Sarah Strong’s coach. He says that he’s just happy to see his daughter do well at something she loves.
“To be able to represent your country is an honor and a blessing,” he said. “I know that she was destined to do it.”
However when she was young, her parents told her not to follow the same path in basketball that they did. Instead, they both told her to find what she likes about the game and stick to that.