The Miami Heat futures of Chris Bosh, LeBron James, and Dwyane Wade remain in doubt at present with none of the trio having confirmed their summer plans.
And, with all three stars having the option to opt out of their current deals at seasons end, the latter of the trio today admitted that he will sit down with his two fellow superstars to discuss their plans:
"I'm not at a point where we are a bad team and I need to think about the future so right now I'm really focused on just enjoying this team, enjoying our quest to try to 'Three-peat'," he told ESPN.
"And when the season is over, and whatever happens, then I will sit down and I will sit down with Chris and I will sit down with Bron and I will sit down and make the best decision for myself and my family."
Wade took a pay cut in 2010 to allow the Heat to bring in Bosh and LeBron and the team has prospered since, appearing in three consecutive NBA Finals and winning the previous two.
And in the interview for ESPN Magazine he seemed relaxed about any future discussions.
Wade might not have conversations with the other two, but Bosh hinted last week that he and LeBron would be sticking in Miami after he answered "True" when posed the question as to whether he and James would be back with the franchise next season.
But it remains to be seen whether the franchise can keep hold of all three marquee players next season, with rumors circulating that at least one of them could move on.