LeBron yet to make another 'decision'
LeBron James met with Miami Heat President Pat Riley today but emerged from the meeting with no decision made on his future, further fuelling rumours that James may leave Miami this summer.
James hadn't planned to announce his decision on Wednesday and still has a meeting with the his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, before declaring his future destination.
With LeBron's future still cast in doubt, fellow free agent Chris Bosh's future is equally murky. The pair opted out of their contracts with the Miami Heat and if James wasn't to return to the franchise then Bosh would look to sign with the Houston Rockets.
Sources say that Bosh will be ready to join Dwight Howard and James Harden in free agency if the 'big three' were to break up their attempted dynasty in Miami.
Though Bosh hopes to stay with the Heat and rebuild a championship contender for next season, he has worked out a backup contingency plan which consists of four years for $88 million with the Rockets.
Rockets stumbling block
However things aren't quite as simple for the Rockets who have been put in defensive mode after a power move from Dallas, the Mavericks tabled an offer sheet to restricted Rockets free agent Chandler Parsons that worked out at $45 million for a three-year deal.
The Rockets now have three days to either match that offer sheet or potentially lose their young swingman for nothing, Parsons is a developing prospect in the Houston system but the organisation remains focused on bringing the All-Star Bosh to their franchise.
The complicated part of the matter is the order in which Houston must approach things, if the Rockets match they will lose cap space available to sign Bosh, the only way they could afford to keep both players is to strike a deal with Bosh before matching the offer sheet made by Dallas for Parsons.
There are other avenues the team could experiment with, to free up cap space required to land both players they desire.
The Rockets would have to execute trades with players who find themselves surplus to requirements, instantly the names of Jeremy Lin and Omar Asik come to mind.
What about the Heat?
The Heat have now made their case to LeBron James for his return, Pat Riley met with 'the King' but his return still remains questionable, despite Miami still being referred to as THE favourites for his signature.
Miami has already done a small amount of business this off-season by acquiring two new free agents to add to their roster.
Josh McRoberts and Danny Granger were welcomed to the franchise after striking deals with the Heat but currently the team only has four registered player under contract for the upcoming season.