There will probably be some quotes and articles coming up later, but listening to it I came away with the following impressions:
You could read his overall comments as anywhere from not having made up his mind to he's definitely leaving. He was pretty guarded about saying anything that would imply he knows he's leaving, but there's no upside for him to make such a comment and a bunch of downside given he's in a room full of Toronto press. He certainly didn't give Toronto any type of endorsement.
He's going to leave via S&T if he goes. He discussed working with the GM regardless of what happens which means that he wants all six years, and it means that Toronto will have some leverage in the situation.
He wants to play with an elite guard. That makes Miami and Chicago early favorites, with the Knicks having some type of chance if they can bring in an elite guard with the rest of their cap space I suppose. It also would leave open the possibility for a S&T to a team like the Lakers.
He wants to be on a team that can compete for a title. I'd guess that makes Miami and Chicago the most interesting than other teams with capspace, but it does make you wonder what would happen if a team like Utah or New Orleans got into the mix in a S&T scenario. Obviously a S&T is far more complicated with a team not under the cap, but it still can be achieved.
He strongly denied having any type of decision worked out or deal with any team. He said if he knew, he'd tell everyone to get them off his back.
Said the Raptors not making the playoffs wouldn't effect his decision, but he kind of contradicted himself in his statement about it, as he discussed how he assumed they'd still be able to get in without him. I think it came down to not wanting to show his hand that he was leaving.
He says he and he alone will make the decision of where he plays. His friends and family know better than to waste their time influencing him because it won't work.
Said that Vince Carter leaving Toronto probably adds to the speculation that he would also leave, but he thinks the overall state of the league having so many top free agents is why there's been so much discussion centered around the players who can leave.
That's my impression anyway