Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant is normally pretty quiet about his love life. But in an interview with GQ, he spoke a bit on his broken engagement with WNBA player Monica Wright:

“I had a fiancée, but…I really didn’t know how to, like, love her, you know what I’m saying? We just went our separate ways.” Monica Wright, WNBA player, something like a high school sweetheart. One night Kevin got so full of feelings he just up and proposed to her. “We was just hanging out, chilling. And I felt the energy. I felt, I need to do this right now. And I just did it. I was like…We’re engaged right now? We’re about to get married? So I was just like, cool! I love this girl. But I didn’t love her the right way.”

WE broke the story, Monica eventually moved on with another basketball player, and also got engaged. Now according to our source, a wedding date has been set for the former WNBA player and her new fiance Michael Rogers. 

Monica Wright is getting married on July 14th, a beautiful Summer wedding. It will be on a  on a Saturday. Her birthday is the following day July 15th. Kevin Durant is not invited says our source. 

Here’s some more on Monica’s 2nd fiance Michael Rogers below: 

Coach Michael Rogers is an Alumni of Valparaiso University where he played 4 years of division 1 basketball under the coaching of the one of the most winning-est coaches in the history of the NCAA, Coach Homer Drew.

Throughout his 4 years of playing he has learned a lot and developed his skills to the point where he is a member of the Jamaica national basketball team and also play professional basketball in Europe.

Throughout his college career and after he has always enjoyed working with players of all ages and even volunteering at the local YMCA to help players develop their skill of the game just like he was able to do. He was fortunate enough to have almost played every position in college so he has a good grasp of the work that needs to be done to develop each area of the game. He is original a shooting guard/small forward so he has in depth knowledge of those positions which would make his specialties; ball handling, shooting, footwork, defense, pivoting, playing off screens, moving without the ball and passing. Coach Michael focuses on teaching the small details that will give you that extra edge on the court.

Some of his stats below: 

Basketball Career

2007-08: Valpo. 31 games, 3.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg

2008-09: Valpo. 31 games, 9.9 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 1.3 apg, 1.1 spg, 2FG 44.5%, 3FG 32.4%, FT 67.3%.

2009-10: Valpo. 32 games. 5.1 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2FG 42%, 3FG 35.5%, FT 65.4%

2010-11: Valpo. 35 games. 5.0 ppg, 3.1 rpg.

2011-12: Aguas de Valencia – Gandia Basquet (Spain – LEB Silver). 7.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 2FG 50%, 3FG 40%, FT 33.3%, left in November.

2011-12: Club Deportivo Estela Santander (Spain – EBA): 13.9 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 1.1 apg, 1.5 spg, 2FG 46.2%, 3FG 36.5%, FT 62.5%.

2012-13: DNP completing college degree.

2014: Chicago Eurobasket Summer League

Fall 2014: AIA Fall Tour

2014-2015: Georgia Kings

2016: Champaign Swarm 17.9ppg 6.7rpg 55%fg
All MPBA Second Team

2017: Universal City Seraphim 17.14ppg 8.3rpg 2.0apg 1.3spg 45%fg 41%3pt 78%ft

Recognition & Awards

2008 – Horizon League Tournament Semifinals

2009 – Jamaican National Team

2009 – CBC Championships (British Virgin Islands). 3.6 ppg, 1.0 rpg.

2010 – Central American & Caribbean Games in Mayaguez (PR). 8.5 ppg, 3.5 ppg, 1.5 apg.

2011 – Horizon League Tournament Semifinals

2011 – Jamaican National Team

2011 – CBC Championships in Nassau (Bahamas). 2.5 ppg, 2.3 rpg.

2012 – EBA Group Regular Season Runner-Up (Spain – Club Deportivo Estela Santander).

2014 – Chicago Eurobasket Summer League All Star Team

2016 – All MPBA Second Team

Kevin Durant has moved on, we’ve been documenting he and his girlfriend Cassandra as they continue to grow closer by the day. All’s well that ends well. I guess Monnie and Kevin were not meant to be. Best of luck to both couples.