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Shaq and Wife Separating, Again

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Just a day after rumors made the rounds that the temporary hoops marriage of LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal might come to an end next year, TMZ reports Shaq and his wife Shaunie are heading for splits-ville again.

Shaunie originally filed for divorce in 2007 while Shaq was still playing for the heat, but the two later reconciled. Yesterday she filed for legal separation in California, where divorce laws are generally more favorable to wives, even though the two live in Florida, and intends to file for divorce.

Luckily the two won't be fighting over who gets the Star Island mansion. Shaq sold that to Naomi Campbell's boyfriend earlier this year.

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