Think this settles the shipping wars?
OK, so Sakura told Naruto she loves him, and Naruto basically told her to go jump. Although Naruto's reaction to Hinata's love confession earlier was kept deliberately ambiguous (or possibly simply forgotten about) does anyone else think this decides the NaruHina vs NaruSaku shipping wars by sinking the good ship NaruSaku?
Of course, I still think the question of Sakura's feelings needs some investigation. While I doubt she genuinely loves Naruto the way she says she does, I think it's most likely that she actually does care about him more than Sasuke now (i.e she woke up and smelled the goddamn coffee).
Of course, the most likely circumstance is that the series is not going to bother resolving Naruto's romantic feelings for anyone any more, except possibly in a distant finale where Hokage Naruto will be married to Hinata. Kishimoto doesn't really give much emphasis to romance, although he is better than some shonen writers I could name.