LeBron James is unsure if any NBA owner would go for the idea of him teaming up with Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul due to how much power would be conceded to the players.
Wade wants not part of it for now.
"Don't put me in it," Wade said. "I ain't jumping in that. Don't put me in that right now. I'm not answering that question about what we talked about."
Anthony waited to make his decision until James made his because he thought it would be possible to play together.
Anthony was asked about forming a superteam.
"I think by that time [in your career], you want to go somewhere warm," Anthony said. "By that time. That's later. That would be later -- retirement. ... I'm just adding fuel to the fire."
Anthony said his loyalty remains to the New York Knicks.
"I came here for a reason, which was to win in New York," Anthony said. "Unfortunately, that hasn't been the case thus far, but I feel like I have unfinished business to take care of. And I feel like, I don't know, maybe it's just me, if I just get up and run away from something that I started, that I feel a part of and that's not done yet, then I think I would carry that burden on my shoulders. That's just me as an individual."