Did Gloria and Matt tie the knot?

    Matt Barnes and Gloria Govan reportedly tied the knot while in Las Vegas celebrating sister Laura Govan’s birthday.

    According to the Las Vegas Journal Review, the reality TV couple secretly wed on Sunday at the Little Church of the West.

    Photos Gloria tweeted over the weekend show her with family members and a group of girlfriends who could have easily been her bridal party. According to the Review, Matt’s teammate DeAndre Jordan served as his best man.

    After season 1 of “Basketball Wives: L.A.,” Matt and Gloria took a break from their relationship. The two dated other people, but found their way back to one another.

    “I had a lot of fun. It was needed. Our relationship, it was just unhealthy. It was just unhealthy both physically, mentally, emotionally. It was just so draining,” Gloria said, explaining their need for time apart.

    Gloria told VH1 earlier this year that she and Matt, who have twin boys, were dating again, and Matt said he was committed to their relationship.

    “I know what I want. I realize too late, maybe, but I know that I want to be with you and the kids,” Matt said on the show.

    If Matt and Gloria have wed, that would make her the third woman on the series — including Malaysia Pargo and Jackie Christie — who is actually married to an NBA player.

    Gloria’s sister Laura is engaged to Gilbert Arenas.

    It’s doubtful that the ceremony was recorded for “BBW: L.A.” fans since Matt said viewers wouldn’t be seeing him this season.

    “We’re going to keep our situation a lot tighter this time around,” he told New York’s Power 105.1 radio.

    —Tracy L. Scott

    Do you think Matt and Gloria have finally tied the knot? If so, send them your congratulations below.

     

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