The couple recently sparked engagement speculation after they were asked if marriage was a possibility for them one day.
"We're looking for a location," Marcus, 32, told TMZ on Aug. 16 while on a dinner date with Larsa, 49, at Jones in West Hollywood, Calif. As for whether they have a date in mind, Michael Jordan's son added, "It's in the works."
However, E! News has learned that Marcus and Larsa are not engaged at this time.
But their desire to tie the knot one day may not be a surprise to fans. After all, Larsa has indicated they've talked about getting married before.
"I mean, I don't know," the Real Housewives of Miami star told E! News during a joint interview with her boyfriend in June. "I'm assuming if you're with someone for a period of time, maybe you do get married. I think so."
And Marcus agreed marriage is "definitely on the table" for the pair.
"I was always so focused on, one, playing basketball as a kid and then, two, starting my business that I treat Trophy Room as my baby. And so, I just never really had that mindset," the entrepreneur added. "But now that I'm 32 and starting to become more of an adult and on my two feet, I'm starting to entertain the idea of marriage and kids. And so, eventually, we'll get there. We'll have that conversation."
Larsa and Marcus made their romance Instagram official in January 2023. However, the two have known each other for longer—Larsa's ex-husband Scottie Pippen was a longtime teammate of Marcus' dad Michael on the Chicago Bulls—and say their relationship started off as platonic.
"We met at a party around, like, four years ago in L.A.," Marcus recalled to E! News, "and I just felt like there was a lot of just communication, and we were talking, and we were friends first. So, over the past three or four years, it helped us build a solid foundation of being friends. And then I think, as we started to spend more time together, that kind of snowballed into, ‘Wow, I think I really love her.' So, we ended up taking those next steps."
While he admitted they were initially "a little more cautious" about dating—adding they "didn't know what the reception would be"—the duo have since given social media followers glimpses into their life together, such as by posting pictures from their vacations and date nights. And the Separation Anxiety podcast hosts have made it clear how they feel about each other.
"My favorite thing about Larsa is just how young of a soul she is," Marcus shared. "She really has such a motor and is so upbeat, and caring, and loving and funny and beautiful and all of the above. So, there's so many things that I love about her I can't really pick just one. I love her so much."
And Larsa—who shares four children with Scottie—noted the feeling is mutual.
"I feel the same about you," she told Marcus. "It's crazy. We're literally like twins. We like the same things. I feel like I've never met anyone as fun, smart, cute, creative as you are. So, I feel like we just make each other better, and I feel like for us we're just in a good place."
The reality star also said she doesn't "really feel the difference" in their 16-year age gap, and her love agreed.
"I don't," Marcus shared. "I feel like you're a young soul. I'm an old soul, traditionally. I just feel like we meet somewhere in the middle. You know, age is just a number, but I think maturity and life experience really dictate the relationship."