LeBron James has bigger concerns than offseason free agency.
While the Cavaliers star could very likely be preparing for the end of yet another stint in Cleveland, his focus isn't straying far from the game.
"I don't think like that," James told Cleveland.com Sunday. "I'm too much of a guy that's stuck in the moment. I don't do too much of that."
James has a $35.6 million player option on his contract with the Cavs for next season, though he's expected to decline it and enter the free-agent market. In attempts to sway his decision, fans have put up recruting billboards in cities ranging from Philadelphia and New York to Los Angeles and Portland.
When it comes to determining where he will play next, James said the most prominent factor in whether he leaves Ohio is his family.
"My family. That's all that matters," James said. "I want to continue to win at the highest level, because I know I can still do it as an individual, and then my family. My family is what's most important to me, more than anything.
"We make joint decisions all together, all the time. Once we get to it, my agent and my team we will all tackle it the right way but my family plays a big part in it. And winning."
The Cavs sit in fourth place in the Eastern Conference entering Monday's games, nine games back of the first-place Raptors but just one behind the 76ers.