Miami Heat superstar Chris Bosh's wife, Adrienne Williams, is making headlines after rapper Lil' Wayne claimed in an expletive-filled rant at a Sunday night concert in Houston that just so happened to coincide with the 2013 NBA All-Star Game that he slept with her.

Weezy claims he has been banned from all NBA events at the request of the Heat, and he seems to be claiming that his alleged rendezvous with Bosh's wife is the reason, though that has not been confirmed.

Lil' Wayne's claim that he had sex with Williams has drawn a lot of attention to Bosh's wife, and this article serves as an introduction to one of the most famous of basketball wives.

Bosh and Williams married in July 2011, according to ESPN, which reported in September of that year that the couple traveled extensively in the weeks following their wedding, to the point that Bosh said that he was "M-I-A from MIA" for months as they celebrated their honeymoon.

Their Florida wedding reportedly cost about $300,000 and attracted more than 300 guests, from tennis star Serena Williams and actress Gabrielle Union to actress Gabrielle Anwar, and Bosh's Heat teammates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, according to People magazine.

And the duo wasted no time starting a family of their own. Williams gave birth to Bosh's second child, Jackson, on May 3, 2012, the same day the forward played in Game 3 of the Heat's first-round series of the 2012 NBA Eastern Conference against the New York Knicks, which the Heat won handily, making for one proud Bosh family.

Bosh's ex-girlfried, Allison Mathis, gave birth to his first child, daughter Trinity, on Nov. 2, 2008.

Williams, a former model from Venezuela, has quickly established herself as one of the most visible and attractive WAGs of the NBA, and it is no surprise that she is getting heat (pun intended) from a rapper like Lil' Wayne, whose career seems to be on the wane (again with the pun.)

Flip through our slideshow to see photos of Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne Williams, as well as Bosh's children, Trinity and Jackson.

And if you can stomach it, click play below to watch a YouTube video of Lil' Wayne's rambling Sunday night rant against the NBA, the Miami Heat, Chris Bosh and more: