Originally written April 25, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
She wasn’t with him shooting in the gym, but it surely is costing Dwyane Wade a shiny penny or two in order  to free himself from his marriage to his ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches-Wade. If you want to be a single man with an attractive movie star standing next to you, it comes with a hefty price tag. How much exactly? Well according to Gossip Extra, Wade is paying his ex-wife a grand total of $25,000 a month. The bill doesn’t stop there. Wade also pays an additional $10,000 a month to cover her living and traveling expenses. In addition, she was also awarded a lump sum payment of $1 million once the divorce became official last year. Is it cheaper to keep her? Well $35,000 a month plus the million in the bank…. That’s not chump change I can say that much. Although with Wade cashing in as a NBA champion, I’m sure he won’t be hurting for a few pennies. A trail is set for early June for the two to workout and determine the remainder of distribution of marital assets. Yes you read that correct. Wade is still on the hook and is expected to hand out more money come late June. The information surfaced after Funches-Wade submitted paper work to the courts asking to spend more time with her two sons. For the most part the details of their divorce remained unknown.  However, those days are long gone now. I would ask if we could all get along, but its apparent the answer is no. Hopefully the court system can come up with a good resolution so these two can live peacefully even if it’s apart.
PLAYERS: Dwyane Wade
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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