Miami's "Big Three" could be planning to stick together after all. ESPN reports that LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade are all discussing financial terms of new contracts to possibly stay with the Heat. All three have reportedly decided to opt out of their current deals, but can re-sign with the team. Each will officially become a free agent on Tuesday. League rules prevent players from discussing contract terms with teams until July 1st, but there is nothing stopping players from having talks among themselves.
The NBA's free agency period begins tomorrow. The "Free Press" says the team has 13.5-million-dollars to spend. Center Greg Monroe is among the Detroit players needing a new contract. Monroe could sign a qualifying offer for 5.4-million-dollars and become an unrestricted free agent after next season.