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Wade probably had to cut a check to keep her out of court, but whatever the case Siohvaughn dropped the case as quickly as she filed it.
The ex-wife of basketball star Dwyane Wade has dropped a lawsuit she filed Tuesday alleging she was owed at least $1 million from her former husband.
According to court papers, Siohvaughn Wade filed a voluntary dismissal order today at the Circuit Court of Cook County Law Division.
The previous suit was dismissed without prejudice, according to court papers.
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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...
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The ‘Greg Oden looks like he’s 50′ jokes will never get old. HA! That’s funny, too. But one has to imagine that the bulk of the kids attending the recent Justin Bieber concert in Indianapolis probably were a bit skeeved out when they saw the 7 footer rocking out alongside them. No serious, he was. Greg Oden is at the Justin Bieber concert in Indy lolllllllll pic.twitter.com...
It’s 30,000 sq. ft., has six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms has a two-story master closet and has an estimated value of $9,200,000 because it’s located in Akron, Ohio.
LeBron James calls it home.
It’s where he summers.
Yesterday, King tweeted out …
Pat Riley wants to keep the nucleus of the Miami Heat together despite looming luxury taxes coming next season.
"I want to try to keep this team intact as long as we can, because we have a championship basketball team here," Riley said. "I would hate to break any part of it up, that is productive and leads to winning."
Riley said the Heat have no immediate plan...
Summer League may not fit everyone’s NBA palate, but it does give basketball enthusiasts, like myself, a better view of young basketball players that we may have not observed as much in their earlier basketball ventures. This video of Miami Heat’s Eric Griffin coming out of nowhere with a blaze of glory to put Detroit [...]The post Miami Heat’s Eric Griffin dunks all over...
Greg Oden and his agent, Mike Conley, plan to soon resume contract talks with the Miami Heat.
Conley believes the Heat are intrigued by the possibility of adding Oden.
"Obviously, they've got a need there," Conley said of a center. "It's a situation where they probably can't go out and get a top player (with the money they have), but they can take chance...
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...
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
(via Getty Image)Further establishing himself among the ranks of other NBA players, both great and meaningless, who have turned to rapping as a second or third career, LeBron James posted two short clips of his new rap effort to Instagram video yesterday. And, like any amateur rapper before him, he just borrowed someone else’s beats and laid his own lyrics over it, before Tweeting...
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.
When the "not guilty" verdict in the Trayvon Martin case was announced Saturday night, dozens of pro athletes took to Twitter to share their shock, anger, sadness and wishes for peace in the aftermath.
That is, unless they were among the richest athletes in sports. From them there was an overwhelming silence.
Of the top 50 athletes in Forbes' list of highest-paid...