Following the Spurs’ domination of the Miami Heat in the 2014 NBA Finals, everybody wants to know: where will LeBron James will end of next year?
The NBA star has the option to opt out of the the remaining two years on contract this summer. However, he plans to take a vacation with his family before contemplating his future, reports ESPN.
In season exit interviews on Tuesday (June 17), James said that he’s still dealing with the disappointment of one of the most lopsided series in NBA history, in which the Heat fell short of their quest for a third straight championship.
However, reporters wanted to know about the uncertain futures of James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh — all of whom can opt out.
James didn’t offer any sort of answers, saying all three players will go on vacation with their families before meeting to discuss next season and the future.
“There is a conversation that will be had between the three of us — I think that’s only right,” James said. “We’ve earned that for each other. I don’t know what Dwyane right now is thinking. I don’t know what Chris is thinking right now. We’ll see what happens.”
Wade didn’t speak with reporters after his exit interview, which is the first time he’s made that decision in the four seasons he has played with James and Bosh.
Bosh, however, said he wants to stay in Miami and believes the Heat’s core will return intact.