Trio have spoken about free agency, but James is not as sure over Heat future as team-mates.
Miami Heat’s Big Three are reportedly not in sync over their future plans with Dwyane Wade and Chris said to be unsure over what LeBron James plans to do.
Having met for lunch last Wednesday, it is understood that both Wade and Bosh were committed to returning to the Heat but James was less than clear on what he would do, ESPN reports.
The only certainty that came out of the meeting is said to be the fact that James wants a maximum-level salary, although he stopped short of requesting his team-mates to take lesser salaries in order to help the franchise add role players to the roster.
While all three have already opted out of their contracts, it was widely reported that the three were working together before approaching the Heat with their demands which would then in turn give team president Pat Riley the opportunity to negotiate and attain some financial flexibility.
However, despite initially reporting that the trio were moving forward together, it is now suggested that the decisions of Bosh and Wade to opt out of the final two years and $42m of their contracts were moves to add players in order to convince James to stay in Miami.
Each is willing to take less money, but with James wanting a max-level contract starting at $20.7m, there are doubts over whether or not Miami would have the necessary cap room to add free agent targets such as Luol Deng or Pau Gasol.
The general consensus remains that James will likely stay in Miami, but there is less certainty surrounding this situation as it drags on and the latest speculation suggests that this is a personal decision he still has to make without his team-mates.