Report: LeBron, Riley to meet in Las Vegas

Heat president expected to discuss James' future plans

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LAS VEGAS - LeBron James held meetings for more than three hours in a Las Vegas hotel Tuesday, leaving without giving any indication of what team he'll play for next season.

The four-time MVP told The Associated Press he had "no complaints" when asked how free agency was going.

He declined to say who he had met with on Tuesday. The Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman said that Heat president Pat Riley and James did meet, although he later backtracked and said the two will meet on Wednesday.

Barring a complete misread of the situation, the two are expected to talk to about James' plans for free agency.

James opted out of his contract last month and is currently an unrestricted free agent.

Since announcing his intentions to become a free agent, LeBron has been silent in regards to his future plans. Reports citing unnamed sources seemingly place the 4-time NBA Most Valuable Player with every team in the league on a daily basis.

LeBron has also reportedly asked to be paid the max amount he would be allowed under NBA rules.

Other reports say that James' agent Rich Paul has already met with representatives from the Cavaliers, Lakers, Suns, Rockets and Mavericks and believe that Paul is urging his client to return to Cleveland.

A person close to the situation told The Associated Press that James and Dwyane Wade worked out together in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no one has publicly released James' itinerary.

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