LeBron James made no counterproposals on contract length to Heat president Pat Riley on Wednesday and has no meetings set with other teams, league sources told CBSSports.com.
The Heat star forward has decided that without James, Miami isn't enough to bring him back.
Miami president Pat Riley and assistant GM Andy Ellsburg will reportedly show LeBron James what next year's team would look like.
Heat superstars meet for dinner and drinks at LAVO in Vegas. Does this mean the King is headed back to Miami? Spoiler: No, it doesn't.
With LeBron James expected to make his second huge free agency decision in four years this week, we look at the idea of him staying with the Heat.
Phoenix can offer LeBron James a combination of proven talent and future flexibility unlike any of his other suitors.
If Chris Bosh left Miami for Houston, could the Heat squeeze Carmelo Anthony into a new Big Three? The Melo math is possible, but challenging to say the least.
NBA logo? West is out. LeBron is in. From business practices to who plays where, nothing is decided till The Chosen One chooses with power even Magic and MJ didn't possess.
Cavaliers suddenly confident they can get the King to return home after leaving in The Decision in 2010.
With Carmelo Anthony looking unlikely to join Houston, team focusing on possibility of adding Heat forward in free agency if LeBron James departs.

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