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Miami Heat's Big 3 have lunch at Soho Beach House

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) -- The Big 3 were spotted at an exclusive restaurant on Miami Beach to reportedly discuss their options with the Miami Heat.

A day after opting out, LeBron James met with his superstar teammates, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, on Wednesday at Soho Beach House.

7News captured the trio leaving the Miami Beach club and hotel at around 5:30 p.m. James left in a red Ferrari, Wade left in a black Ferrari and Bosh left in a black bus.

There have been multiple reports that their free agency options did come up in conversation during their meeting.

7Sports Miami Heat insider Tim Reynolds from the Associated Press had this to say: "This is the meeting that Heat fans have been waiting for. This is the meeting that LeBron James and Chris Bosh said was going to happen, that they owed themselves at least a conversation."

James told the Heat on Tuesday that he is opting out of the last two years of his contract. Wade and Bosh have similar options, however, they have until next Monday to notify the Heat. "If Chris Bosh opts out, if Dwyane Wade opts out, you can bet that's probably a pretty good thing for the Miami Heat because that shows that the two of them and LeBron James are on the same page," said Reynolds.

It also indicates they all would consider taking less money to bring in better players to surround themselves with. "Now, the waiting game just continues. It doesn't begin, it just continues," said Reynolds. "The Miami Heat don't know."

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