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LeBron James refuses to discuss his future

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LeBron James is determined to keep fans guessing concerning his future as an NBA basketball player, after he refused to clarify his plans.

According to NBAnews.com the Miami Heat star, who has once again been in sensational form so far this season, would not even hint at where he might play if he chooses not to remain with the Heat at the end of this campaign.

Of course James could opt out of his contract with his current franchise next summer and if he does so he would join the free-agent market, but where he would go from there is anyone's guess.

"You guys know I'm not talking about free agency right now," he said, prior to his side's victory over his old club the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"My only concern is to hopefully win a third straight championship, that's my mind frame right now."

But James did admit that he had learnt from the mistakes he made when he was open about his options when coming to the end of his seven-year tenure with the Cavaliers. The four-time MVP moved from the Cleveland franchise to the Heat in 2010, but hinted that he is far more mature now than he was then.

"I've grown each and every day," he said.

"No book can really teach you about life. The best teacher of life is experience and when you experience things it's how you handle them the next time they come upon you and I've been able to do that.

"Everything is in order. Everything is comfortable and I'm in a good place right now."

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