Dwyane Wade ordered to surrender sons to ex-wife

 
 
In this 2005 file photo, Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade is shown with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches in Miami.
In this 2005 file photo, Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade is shown with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches in Miami.
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Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade was ordered Tuesday by a family judge in Miami-Dade County to surrender his two boys to their mother, his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches.

Wade was supposed to make his sons Zaire and Zion available to Funches last week as part of their routine summer visitations.

But instead, the ballplayer’s Miami lawyers filed an emergency motion to prevent the boys from visiting Funches and questioning her mental stability.

Judge Antonio Marin also ordered Funches to undergo a psychiatric evaluation that appears to be limited to anger management issues.

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