By Micaela Hood With the fate of the big three, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, up in the air until July 1st, Miami Heat's Chris "Birdman" Andersen is also being coy on what his plans are for next season. "I'm just trying to sit back, relax and catch up with my personal life. I've gotten a lot of rest and have been trying to recoup from my injuries." The tattooed-clad Heat forward-center spoke to reporters Thursday night at a meet-and-greet held at Madison's Bar and Grill in Boca Raton. He arrived at 6:30 in his brand new Ford Pick-up truck. Close to 100 fans eagerly waited outside. Some brought basketballs and T-shirts for him to sign. Of course, they all wanted to know if their favorite winged basketball champ would return. "I think everybody is on the same page trying to enjoy their time right now with their families," Andersen said of the other players who are also considering an opt-out from the Miami Heat. If the Birdman ultimately decides to fly from Miami, he seems confident in his final decision. "I cannot wait to finish up my career, sign a contract, and that will be that."
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