No, but that’s Tiger Woods’ pipedream. He may just be throwing this out there to distract us from other stuff, but Tiger Woods, for some reason, believes that LeBron James should end up with the Los Angeles Lakers. According to some reports, James is currently talking with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh about possibly going to the Miami Heat, as you know if you get your up-to-the-minute Verizon LeBron James rumors text messages like I do. But then, a voice came from the clouds. And Tiger said:
Yeah, actually I would love to see him go to the Lakers,” the world’s top golfer said. “I’m an L.A. guy, can’t help it. That would be interesting, wouldn’t it?
Erhm. No, it wouldn’t be interesting. At all. Either way, LeBron makes his decision tomorrow, as July 1st is the NBA’s cutoff time.
Source are reporting that a final divorce agreement is being drafted for Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren and that their split should be official very soon.
Supposedly, at this stage, all the major points have been flushed out and because the pair were able to work out the details fairly privately, “both Tiger and Elin are very close to finishing the negotiations and filing and signing the paperwork.”
Insiders say that Elin is expected to receive approximately $750 million in the settlement.
According to TMZ, Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren are trying to strike agreements on child custody and division of assets … and then quietly and quickly file divorce papers to end their marriage.
Sources say one of the options is to actually file for divorce in Sweden — Elin wants to move there with the kids and Tiger would have to submit to the jurisdiction of the court. Wherever the divorce is filed, the plan is to keep the custody and property settlement agreements out of the court file. The quicker and quieter the divorce, the better.
The big issue however is that Tiger wants either custody or visitation, and assurance that he can go into court and enforce the agreement if Elin violates it. Tiger Woods wants the option to go to either a Swedish or American court to enforce the custody agreement.
My opinion? He cheated, and visitation should be the absolute best he should expect — after he re-rehabs.