Published reports say LeBron James is planning to join the Miami Heat.
Newsday's Alan Hahn tweeted the news just after midnight.
ESPN followed Hahn's report with its own, also saying James is heading for Miami to join fellow stars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
If the reports are accurate, the Heat will have hit the jackpot in the most frenzied talent chase in NBA history, landing the three top free agents.Things could still change of course. Sports Illustrated's Ian Thomsen doesn't believe the reports and thinks James will return to Cleveland.
Wherever he decides to play, Us Magazine says LeBron has a big party planned in South Beach this weekend.
Since he knows his new deal will pay him anywhere from about $96 to 125 million LeBron can afford the South Beach soiree' and a new place to live. CNNMoney shows us there are no shortage of housing options in his price range.
James is unlikely to confirm or deny any of this today since he's planning to announce his decision in a prime-time special on ESPN tonight.