With LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade helping the Miami Heat to fly so far in the NBA playoffs, the future of the 'big three' stars will again be prominent on the minds of Heat fans everywhere.
With the trio all having the option to opt out of their current contracts in the summer of 2014, and none of them fully committing to the Heat beyond the end of the postseason so far, there have been suggestions they could seek a new challenge elsewhere.
But franchise owner, Micky Arison, has given the Heat Nation some good news this week by stating his absolute certainty that all three will be turning out for the team next season.
Asked by radio station, 790 The Ticket, to put a percentage figure on the likelihood the trio would stick in Florida, Arison was unashamedly confident:
"100 percent," came his response.
Arison's comments come off the back of comments from the player's themselves which seem to suggest there could be a positive resolution to the situation as far as the Heat are concerned.
Recently, Chris Bosh answered 'True' when asked whether he and James would be returning, whilst the reigning MVP himself explained in a February interview that he could not currently envisaged himself leaving the team with which he has won two NBA titles.