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The legal battle between Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches continues on. During the finals it was revealed that Funches’ lawyers wanted to chat with Pat Riley about Dwyane’s income. Now comes another lawsuit were Siohvaughn is alleging Dwyane owes her $1 million from his past endorsements and Heat contract.
Siohvaughn is suing her former husband, his attorney, his financial adviser and companies she believes he has endorsement deals with for allegedly refusing to uphold an agreement between the ex-couple. The alleged agreement required all of DWade’s income from endorsements and marketing contracts plus half of his July 2006 NBA contract income be deposited directly into a “mutual account.”
Instead, the lawsuit alleges, Wade and his agents and attorneys have made an “end run” around the agreement by deciding “when and how much of those funds should be deposited into the mutually agreed upon account.”
Siohvaughn Wade complained in the lawsuit that she has been unable t...
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This was one a quick legal battle between Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches-Wade, which has ended with the dismissal of a lawsuit. The lawsuit was dismissed by Funches-Wade’s request. Check out the Court Doc right here.-TO
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Maybe the Miami Heat don't need Jarvis Varnado to try contesting every shot within his reach for him to give them a lift.
The 6-foot-10 Varnado, who is the NCAA's all-time leader in blocked shots, recorded nine rejections in the Heat's first two Orlando Pro Summer League games. But on Tuesday, he turned in an usual linescore for him -- 16 points with...
It seems like LeBron James is looking for things to do in the offseason, and rapping may be one of these. Check out the two clips which LeBron uploaded to his Instagram account which features what sure sounds like him rapping over ‘the ‘Ni**as In paris’ beat from Watch the Throne.
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FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Indiana commit James Blackmon at the LeBron James Skills Academy to see what he's working on this summer, what he loves about Indiana and who he's recruiting to become a Hoosier.
The Miami Heat have re-signed center Chris Andersen. They have until Wednesday to determine if they will use the amnesty clause to release a player.Then the next order of business appears to be going after free-agent center Greg Oden.Oden's agent, Mike Conley Sr., told FOX Sports Florida on Friday he plans soon to resume talks with Heat president Pat Riley after Riley has been...
LeBron James finally, truly, doesn't care what anyone thinks about anything he does, as exemplified by his first dip into the rap game on Instagram.
Rajon Rondo was asked at his basketball camp in Kentucky Thursday if he’d ever consider joining the Heat. His answer was simple, “I will never play for the Miami Heat,” said the Celtics guard to the delight of the crowd.
Rajon Rondo tells campers “I will never play for the Miami #Heat” pic.twitter.com/pg4PKzGn00
— John Lewis (@JohnLewisTweets) July 11, 2013
h/t Celtics Life
LeBron James released a short snippet of him rapping
LeBron James at this point can do whatever he wants. The two-time NBA champion released a 26 second clip of him spitting via Instagram. I must say, he is no Shaquille O’Neal on the mic! Actually all jokes aside, ‘Bron has some pretty good flow. James freestyles to Jay-Z and Kanye West’s” N-ggas In Parris” song.
For now, the prospects of paying a big luxury-tax bill next year
is not enough to dissuade the Miami Heat from its plan to keep the
its current championship core intact.