He said not in the near future, so 'ever' is a possibility but far from a certainty.
I actually think in reading his comments and justification that it's not that hard to see it happening. He made the point that in order to get the London game to happen, they had to stop playing in the US about 5 days prior to taking the court in the UK. So if they did the same thing as the MLB and sent teams here to open the season, you remove that concern about time out on at least one side of the schedule. You could also increase the ROI by sending three teams and having them play a round-robin so each team gets two games out of the way while they're on the ground here.
Because we're ahead, time-wise, it's not totally outrageous, logistically speaking. Fly in on the 27th of September, play 1 game on the 1st of October (which would be the first game of the regular season by at least 14 hours), 1 game on the 3rd of October and the final game on the 4th of October. 1 team could depart following their game on the 3rd, having 2 regular season games under their belt, and being home by the 3rd of October anyway. Then don't make them play again until the 7th. The other two teams get home on the 4th, play their third game for the season on the 8th. No question it would be expensive for them but it's not logistically impossible, especially since there are 4 California teams you could choose from to make the trip.