The next decision: LeBron to meet with the Heat

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LAS VEGAS- Tuesday marked the fourth anniversary of “The Decision,”  the night LeBron James announced his choice to leave the Cavaliers and join the Miami Heat in 2010.

On Tuesday, James was in Las Vegas as his Skills Academy was getting started.

He held meetings with Nike representatives at a hotel but did not meet with Heat President Pat Riley.  James is expected to sit down with the executive on Wednesday and perhaps some clarity will come.

James told the Associated Press, he had “no complaints,”  when asked how free agency is going.  He did not address any potential questions nor give any hints as to which way he was leaning.

This year is no different that 2010 as James is keeping the hoops world guessing.  Will he remain with the Heat? If he does, the roster needs major upgrading.

There is also the matter of what his teammate Chris Bosh will do.  Dwyane Wade is expected to remain with the Heat.

His representatives have met with several teams, including the Cavaliers over the past week or so.

After James presides over his skills academy, he is slated to travel to Brazil for Sundays World Cup Final.

In the meantime, NBA fans and Cavalier faithful wonder when he will make his selection known, and if the future Hall of Famer will don a Cleveland uniform again.