Ok so we will spell this out. Winning a title and an MVP means absolutely nothing to him (and it shouldn't). He is here to try to show the world that he can compete with grown men and to get his draft stocks as high as possible. That's it. Right now they are higher than they've ever been. If he's a chance to be a first round pick (people are talking top 3) then there is zero chance he will or should stay. If he has a couple more good games I imagine he is taken back to the states and put on ice until the draft. Things much bigger than the NBL are in play here and you'd NEVER turn down an NBA contract to get more "experience". The NBL is fine with whenever he leaves as just having him here has already exceeded any expectations the NBL had in terms of global marketing. It has been the biggest thing to ever his the NBL.