Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade said in a magazine interview that he and teammates LeBron James and Chris Bosh have not made a decision on whether to exercise an opt-out clause in their contracts and enter free agency this summer.
In 2010, James left Cleveland and Bosh left Toronto to join Wade in South Beach.
The trio have led the Heat to three straight appearances in the NBA Finals, and two consecutive championships. This season, the Heat own the best record in the Eastern Conference.
"I'm at a position where I don't really have to worry about it," Wade said to ESPN the Magazine. "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."
Wade still has two years and more than $42 million left on his contract. He is averaging 19.2 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.6 assists in 51 games for the Heat this season.
"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.'" Wade said. "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."