Leslie Davis (born November 3, 1971) is an American entrepreneur better known as the wife of basketball coach Hubert Davis. Leslie’s husband is a former basketball player who now serves as the head coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels following the retirement of the long-serving Roy Williams in 2021.
Leslie Davis’ Biography
- Full name: Leslie Davis
- Date of Birth: November 3, 1971
- Ethnicity: White
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
- Religion: Christianity
- Marital Status: Married
- Leslie Davis’ Husband: Hubert Ira Davis Jr.
- Children: Elijah Davis, Micah Davis, and Bobbie Grace Davis
- Parents: Bob Seigle and Bonnie Seigle
- Siblings: Leigh Ann Musiol
- Height: 5 feet 5 inches (1.67 m or 167 cm)
- Weight: 60 kg
Leslie Davis is a Native of South Carolina
Hubert Davis’ wife Leslie was born on November 3, 1971, in South Carolina, the United States. The ethnically white American lady was raised in the southern U.S. state alongside her sister, Leigh Ann Musiol, by her parents, Bob and Bonnie Seigle. Leslie’s father is a US Army veteran.
While there is not much available information about her early life, we know she had her early education in South Carolina before gaining admission to attend the University of North Carolina, where she graduated from. It is not clear what she studied at the institution and what year she graduated.
Leslie and Hubert Davis Were College Sweethearts
Leslie and Hubert reportedly started dating when Leslie had a part-time gig in a Baskin-Robbins shop. Hubert often came around to her workplace to see her. The pair would go on to attend the same higher institution and continue with their relationship.
About six years after graduating from the University of North Carolina, Leslie and Hubert decided to tie the knot in a private wedding ceremony attended only by close friends and family.
The Couple Have Three Children
Leslie Davis and her husband, Hubert Davis, have three children; two sons and a daughter. They are Elijah Davis, Micah Davis, and Bobbie Grace Davis.
Elijah Davis is the oldest. Just like his mother, not much is known about him, including his date of birth. We, however, do know that he takes after his father athletically as he plays basketball. He attended Jordan High School and graduated in June 2021. Prior to his graduation from high school, he played for Chapel Hill and Trinity School of Durham. Elijah has since enrolled at the University of Lynchburg, where he continues to play his favourite sport.
Leslie and Hubert’s second child is Bobbie Grace Davies, the only daughter of the family. Her date of birth and other facts are not known, but we know that she plays lacrosse and is doing everything possible to gain ground as a professional lacrosse player.
The youngest child of the Davis family is Micah. As is the case with his siblings and mother, his birth information has not been made public.
What Does Leslie Davis’ Do For a Living?
Leslie Davis appears to be either an entrepreneur or a housewife. Details of what she does as an entrepreneur are not public knowledge and must be one of the best-kept secrets in the world as there are no reports about it in the public space. This is why many other reports have cited her as a housewife.
Meet Leslie Davis’ Husband, Hubert Davis
Leslie Davis’ husband, Hubert Ira Davis Jr., was born on May 17, 1970, and is an American college basketball coach and studio commentator. The former professional basketball player played high school basketball at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke, Virginia. He later attended the University of North Carolina, where he currently owns the mark for the greatest three-point percentage in a career in school history.
Davis graduated in 1992 with a degree in criminal justice. During his time with the team, he helped the school make its first final-four participation since winning the national championship in 1982.
After college, Hubert joined the NBA and played for the New York Knicks from 1992 to 2004. He also played for other teams like the Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks, Washington Wizards, Detroit Pistons, and New Jersey Nets before calling time on his career. He is currently serving as the head coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team.