Wade, James and Bosh all have opt-outs in their contracts this summer.
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has admitted that he will meet with LeBron James and Chris Bosh to discuss their future at the end of the season.
The star trio will be aiming to achieve a three-peat this season, but no collective decision has been made over their future with all three players having opt-out options in their contracts at the end of the campaign.
While they have publicly revealed that they met before they made their free agent decision in 2010, they are likely to have a similar meeting before the June 30 opt-out deadline, which allows them to leave in 2014, 2015 or 2016.
Wade has now revealed that they will have that conversation at some point, although his more immediate concern is helping the franchise to another championship after making it to three straight NBA Finals.
“I’m at a position where I don’t really have to worry about it,” said Wade, as reported by ESPN.
“I’ve been with the same organization for now 11 years. We’ve won multiple championships, so it’s no reason where I need to think about that yet. 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.’
“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.”
Last week during an ESPN interview, Bosh hinted that both he and James would be staying in Miami after answering “True” to a question posed by Dan Le Batard.
Nevertheless, the trio have clearly yet to make their final decision on the future, and with Wade due $42m over the next two years, the Heat could attempt to persuade him and the others to take another pay cut, similar to the one he took in 2010 to help the Heat add some depth.
It remains to be seen whether or not any of the three stars opt out, not only with the option of helping Miami and their tax issues, but also with an eye on perhaps starting afresh with a new challenge elsewhere.