The NBA has been rocked by the Kyrie Irving/Cleveland Cavaliers drama, and Carmelo Anthony has not even been traded yet. The offseason had a wild beginning with Butler, Paul, George, Hayward, and Millsap changing teams. Now, Irving and Carmelo are looking to be traded. While those issues continue, other teams continue to make moves with the hope of improving their rosters. Here are a few updates

Orlando Magic picks up Aaron Afflalo

As reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of NBA ESPN, it seems that the Orlando Magic are bringing back an old scoring phenom in Aaron Afflalo this offseason.

The Magic have reportedly agreed on a one year deal with the Orlando Magic. Afflalo entered into a two year 25 million dollar contract with the Sacramento Kings a few years back but was later waived by the Kings earlier this offseason.

The Detroit Pistons originally drafted Afflalo with the 27th overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft; he enters his eleventh season with the Orlando Magic this offseason, a place that is much very familiar to him. Afflalo made a name for himself in 2013 as a scoring specialist for the Orlando Magic, in that year he averaged his career best in points with 18.2. Ever since then he has jumped around the NBA playing for Denver, Portland, New York, and Sacramento. He now goes back to familiar territory and has the chance to prove that he still can score pretty well despite his struggles in the NBA the past couple of years.

Lakers add Tyler Ennis for depth

The Los Angeles Lakers have reportedly found their back up point guard for Lonzo Ball next season, Ramona Shelburne of ESPN has reported that the Los Angeles Lakers and Tyler Ennis have reached a two year contract deal with a team option for the second year this offseason.The Lakers also had talks with Derrick Rose, but with him signing with Cleveland, Tyler Ennis seems to have landed the spot.

The Phoenix Suns originally drafted Ennis with the 18th overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, ever since then, he has played for Milwaukee and Houston. He also played 22 games for the Lakers last season. In his five year tenure in the NBA Tyler Ennis has averaged 4.2 points, 0.1 blocks, 0.5 steals, 1.9 assists, and 1.2 rebounds while shooting 41.9 percent from the field and 34.2% from beyond the arc.

As the offseason comes to an end, there are still lots of questions that have not yet been answered for next season, with all the uncertainties and trade rumors it remains to be seen that everyone is hyped and excited for next years NBA season.