Nothing hangs over Miami’s immediate future quite like (LeBron) James’ decision on free agency in the next few weeks. He could opt-out and re-sign with Miami. He could opt-in and give it all one more season.
As for his future – be it in Miami, Cleveland or anywhere else, with or without Carmelo Anthony added to the Heat’s pricey mix – James was circumspect as he digested the disappointment Sunday.
“I will deal with my summer when I get to that point,” he said from behind a pair of tinted glasses.
“You guys are trying to find answers. I’m not going to give you one. I’m just not going to give it to you.”
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