The NBA offseason is coming to a close, and the former NBA champions are in turmoil over their current roster. As exciting as the offseason started it seems that the ending is even more impressive with the Kyrie Irving drama brewing in Cleveland. Whatever the cost may be it seems highly likely that Cleveland will be disassembled this season. Here are few updates of the offseason and the Cleveland Cavaliers drama:

Shanghai Sharks re-sign Jimmer Fredette

The former Chinese Basketball Association Most Valuable Player has agreed to go back to china and play for the Shanghai Sharks this offseason.

Fredette is an amazing scorer and was amazing in college but fell off when he transitioned to the NBA. He broke so many records in college that showcased just how good he was. The Milwaukee Bucks then drafted him with the 11th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft.

Fredette did not leave a mark in the NBA after being waived, bought out and traded numerous times in his career, he also played in the D-League and won the All-Star MVP. He later on signed with the Shanghai Sharks and went on a scoring tear; he averaged 37.6 points, 8.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 1.6 steals in 41 games. David Pick, later on, reported that Fredette and Sharks have reached a 1.8 million dollar deal.

Kyrie Irving jealous of Wall and Lillard

The struggles of the Cleveland Cavaliers this offseason was apparent when Dan Gilbert did not re-sign former General Manager of the year David Griffin, but no one imagined their offseason to be this awful. With the Cleveland Cavaliers team being tailored fit for LeBron James Kyrie seems to have seen enough of that and wants to lead his own team rather than being under the shadow of All-time NBA great LeBron James.

Brian Windhorst of ESPN reported that he was envious of the special treatment James was getting in the organization and the way Wall and Lillard have been treated like the franchise player in their respective teams. A couple of weeks back Irving had a meeting with Dan Gilbert and asked to be traded, and he even named a couple of teams he wanted to transfer.

The Warriors are becoming a God like a team, and the only team that even had a 1% chance to beat them seems to be getting dismantled.

With all the changes and blockbuster trades this offseason everyone thought the climax of the NBA offseason is done, but it seems like it was only the beginning as the Kyrie Irving and Cleveland Cavalier's drama is set to air the next couple of weeks in the NBA world.