There's no two-ways about it, we're headed for another season of uncertainty regarding LeBron James future plans. Yes, the Miami Heat are on the precipice of a three-peat but their superstar LeBron James also has a player option on his deal at the end of this season. A new economic
climate in the CBA may make things difficult for Miami to keep their stars on board beyond 2013-14 leading many to speculate that James may bolt for greener pastures.
Not so fast, says James. He told media he hasn't made a decision, but would like to remain in Miami until he retires.
"I have absolutely no idea," James recently told ESPN.com. "I would love to spend the rest of my career in Miami with this great team and great organization as we continue to compete for championships. That's ideal. But we don't know what may happen from now to the end of the season. That's the nature of the business. It's the nature of not knowing what tomorrow brings.
"I mean, as a kid, I never thought the Bulls would break up. Never. If you'd of told me as a kid that [Michael] Jordan and [Scottie] Pippen wouldn't play together for the rest of their lives, I'd have looked at you crazy. And Phil Jackson wouldn't be the coach? I'd have looked at you crazy. But sometimes the nature of the business doesn't allow things to happen like you would want them to. But we'll see."