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ESPN’s Jalen Rose and Molly Qerim File for Divorce

After more than a year of separation and a total of three years as a married couple, ESPN’s Jalen Rose and Molly Qerim have announced that they have filed for divorce. Jalen filed a case in April 2021 and Molly had removed the name “Rose” from her bio on social media.

Rose and Qerim went public with their relationship in 2016 and tied the knot in 2018. The couple both work for ESPN, but the marriage did not survive Qerim’s move to Connecticut. Rose also played in the NBA for 13 years and was also a part of the “fab-five”.

The Fab Five were the recruiting class for the University of Michigan men’s basketball team in 1991 which included Rose, Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, and Jimmy King Ray Jackson. They ended up being the first team in NCAA history to play in the championship game with debutants, but ultimately lost the game to Duke 71-51 in 1992. The group returned to the final in 1993 but struggled to lose. Lost again, this one about Chris Webber’s infamous “time out with no time left left” blunder.

Rose, Howard, and Webber have all had long NBA careers, with Webber even being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2021. Howard could one day join him due to his status as a great college basketball player. , a good NBA player. , and great college basketball coach. Howard took over as head coach of the University of Michigan basketball program in 2019 after six seasons as assistant coach of the Miami Heat under the guidance of head coach Eric Spoelstra and enjoyed immediate success, winning Big-Ten’s Coach of the Year award in just his third season at the helm.

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