Nancy Lieberman has four children in her family. Nancy is a broadcaster for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association.
Known as lady magic she is a former basketball player. She is a coach in the Women's National Basketball Association and a head coach of Power, a team in the BIG3.
At the age of 17, she participated in the 1975 Pan American Games gold medal team. She then played on the Olympic team in 1976.
During her college career, she won AIAW National Championship and WNIT Championship. Lieberman started her basketball professional career in 1980 with Dallas Diamonds.
After her basketball career ended she started a coaching career. She is the first woman to become a men's professional basketball head coach.
Lieberman coached three seasons for the WNBA'S Detroit Shock.
She coached for WNBA, NBA, BIG3, and NBA G League. Lieberman also participated in the American Gladiators Gold Medal Challenge of Champions episode from season 4.
Nancy Lieberman Husband
Nancy Lieberman husband Tim Cline is a sports marketing executive. Nancy and Tim married on May 18, 1988.
They first met while playing games for the Washington Generals. The pair was teammates with the Generals.
They had four children together. Nancy takes her surname Lieberman-Cline.
However, the relationship between Lieberman and Cline didn't go well and they decided to split up after thirteen years of marriage.
The couple separated on March 15, 2001, but remained united for parenthood. They both take care of their children.
Tim Cline Is A Sports Marketing
Tim is a former senior vice president at Learfield Sports.
He started working at Learfield in 2005 and quickly became familiar with the field of sports marketing.
Tim used to provide senior oversight for the 30 college relationships in Learfield's West Region. He serves as the primary management contact and provides leadership and guidance to the company.
He also worked as a senior vice president for Streetball Partners for eleven years from 1989 to 2000.
Tim studied at Edina West High School. He completed his University program at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 1985.
Tim Cline New Wife
Tim Cline married Cassidy Cline on September 18, 2009.
They usually spend their time exploring a new destination. On March 29, 2018, they enjoyed their time in Glasgow, United Kingdom with their kids.
Cassidy is also close with her stepchildren. She was with Tim's son TJ at Niagara Falls in 2012.
She has kept her personal life activities low from the public. Though she is active on Facebook she hasn't updated and posted pictures.
Nancy Lieberman Children
Nancy Lieberman has four children. Nancy has one daughter Macy Cline and three sons TJ Cline, Schaefer Cline, and Carson Cline.
TJ is the oldest son of Lieberman and he shares a good bond with his siblings.
TJ is a basketball player for Hapoel Jerusalem of the Israeli Basketball Premier League.
He has followed in his father's and mother's footsteps to become a well-known basketball player.
T.J. used to go with his dad for pickup games in the recreation league when he was around 4 years old.
TJ had the opportunity to meet with many professional athletes, including Michael Jordan and Karl Malone, while his mom Nancy was involved in the WNBA as a player, coach, and broadcast personality.
He credits his father's advice in helping him improve as a post player and free throw shooter.
TJ attended the Nancy Lieberman charity events with her mom, dad, and stepmother on September 5, 2021, in Frisco, Texas.
TJ played basketball for the Plano West Senior High School and won offensive player of the year honors for his basketball performance. He also earned Niagara an NCAA Division 1 scholarship.
In the 2016-17 season, he won the Atlantic 10 Player of the year award. He played three seasons at Richmond and finished his career with the eight-most points and seven-most assists in the Spider history.
For the 2018 NBA Summer League, Cline signed on with the Milwaukee Bucks where he played 14 minutes per game and averaged 3.2 points and 4 rebounds.
Cline plays basketball for the Israeli national team. Cline made his debut appearance for the Israeli team on February 21, 2019.
Schaefer is a basketball player. Schaefer plays basketball for the Legacy Christian Academy.
He is the youngest brother of TJ Cline. He grew up watching the basketball of TJ.
Schaefer also attends and cheers up his brother in his game. He is frequently featured on his father's and brother's social media accounts.
He was seen enjoying his time with his dad and sister at Rishon LeZion, Israel on February 17, 2018.
He has kept his Instagram account private. Schaefer's Instagram username is @schaefercline10.
Macy Cline is the youngest daughter of Nancy Lieberman.
Macy shares a close bond with her brother. She enjoyed her vacation with her family in Amsterdam on February 10, 2018.
She also adores spending time with her friends. She has uploaded photos of hanging out with her friends to her VSCO account.
On the other hand, she has kept her Instagram account private. Her Instagram username is @macycline_.
Nancy Lieberman Parents and Siblings
Nancy Lieberman was born on July 1, 1958, to her parents Jerome and Renee Lieberman. Nancy grew up with her brother Clifford.
Her family moved to Far Rockaway, Queen after she was born. Renee took care of her daughter after her separation from her husband.
Nancy's father Jerome worked as a contractor. When she was eight years old, he moved out.
As a single mother, Renee did her best and raised Nancy. Nancy was raised Jewish but later became a Christian and claimed to have adopted born-again Christianity.
She spent her childhood with her great-grandparents, but she lost them in the Holocaust.
She attended a Jewish school. Her father's parents were quite religious as they always had two sets of silverware when they ate over there.
Nancy and her mother visited Israel in 2011 and she stated that visiting Israel changed her outlook on Israel. She understands as a Jewish it is important for her to be connected to the culture and the community.
Renee Disapproves Of Nancy's Interest in Basketball
Renee disliked Nancy's interest in basketball and didn't support her daughter's passion for the sport.
At a young age, when Nancy was practicing dribbling techniques inside her home, her mom asked her to stop dribbling because of the noise.
Nancy continued practicing as her mother punctured the basketball with the screwdriver.
She continued with another ball but her mother punctured that ball also. Five balls were eventually destroyed in this way.
After that, Lieberman made the decision that she should leave the house before she ran out of basketballs.
However, today Nancy has made name for herself and is well renowned. She usually hangs out with her mother.
They visited Boynton Beach, Florida on July 22, 2019. She wished Renee a happy birthday through her Twitter account on July 19, 2018.