The offseason is coming to a close and summer league is reaching its peak, it has been an offseason full of blockbuster trades with big names switching teams and conferences. The NBA season will start coming off from one of the biggest changes ever. Here are a few new updates in this year's free agency scene.

Snell goes back to Milwaukee

Tony Snell will stay at home in Milwaukee for a few more years, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that Tony Snell and the Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a four-year 46 million dollar deal with a player option on the last year this offseason. Snell originally drafted by the Chicago Bulls with the 20th overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft played three seasons in Chicago until he was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks for Michael Carter-Williams.

Tony Snell had a breakout season last year for the Bucks after averaging numerous career-high stat lines, he averaged a career-high in points (8.5), rebounds (3.1), steals (0.7) and assists (0.7) while also shooting a career high from the field with 45.5% and 40.6% from beyond the arc. After an incredible season, the Bucks certainly want Snell to stay because his defensive talent and accurate three-point shooting makes them an even better team on both ends of the floor.

Jonathan Simmons now an unrestricted free agent

After being an integral part of the 61 win season of the San Antonio Spurs, Jonathan Simmons and Dewayne Dedmon are reportedly leaving the Spurs. Dewayne Dedmon recently signed a contract with the Atlanta Hawks and just recently Jonathan Simmons has been renounced by the Spurs thus making him NBA an Unrestricted Free Agent.

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that Simmons is currently talking to a handful of teams, but sources have said that the Spurs will still try to negotiate with Simmons as a UFA this offseason. Simmons had arguably his best season last year averaging 6.2 points, 1.9 rebounds, and 1.4 assists while shooting 42% from the field and 32.2% from beyond the arc.

Knicks will hire Scott Perry as new general manager

After the New York Knicks parted ways with Phil Jackson this offseason, they have been actively trying to find a replacement for him by talking to David Griffin (just recently former GM of Cleveland) and even considering putting Steve Mills on that spot permanently.

It seems as though the search has ended and the Knicks have decided to sign Sacramento King executive Scott Perry as their new general manager with Steve Mills being promoted as the new president of basketball operations for the Knicks. With the executive position now filled, the Knicks will try to focus on putting their roster in the best situation next year and they can concentrate on trying to find a good trade for NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony.

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