Teams around the NBA have been very active this offseason. We have already seen some big moves and trades, and it seems like the best is yet to come. As we await to see what will the Cleveland Cavaliers do in order to improve their chances of winning the title next year, the Golden State Warriors aren't wasting any time. They already agreed to a five-year $200 million deal with Stephen Curry, and Kevin Durant is likely to stay for a couple of more years also. Other than their two biggest stars, the Warriors are looking to keep their key bench players as well and it appears that they are doing a good job so far.

David West and Shaun Livingston have already agreed to a contract extension, and it is reported that Andre Iguodala is staying as well.

Iguodala returning to the Bay Area

Iguodala's previous contract with the Warriors expired on July 1st, and he was a free agent, but not for too long. After reportedly meeting with several other teams over the past few days, ESPN's Chris Haynes reported on Saturday night that Iguodala will re-sign with the Warriors. Andre himself confirmed on Twitter that the deal was done, as he posted this on his account:

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the deal will be worth around $48 million over the next three years.

Iguodala spent the last four seasons of his career playing for the Warriors, and he has been one of the key players in their champioship runs over the past three years.

Last season he averaged 7.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game in 26.3 minutes of action. In 2015 he was named the NBA Finals MVP.

P.J. Tucker headed to Texas

After acquiring Chris Paul via trade earlier this week, the Houston Rockets continue to improve their roster as they look to compete for the NBA title next year.

According to ESPN, free agent P.J. Tucker agreed to a four-year deal with the Rockets. Reportedly, the contract will be worth around $32 million and the fourth year of the deal will be a partial guarantee. Tucker spent the majority of his career with the Phoenix Suns before getting traded to the Toronto Raptors midway through the 2016/2017 season. Tucker is considered as one of the better perimeter defenders in the NBA, and he showed he can be a reliable three-point shooter as well. In 24 games with the Raptors last season, he shot 40% from behind the arc and even though he is 32 he proved he can defend at the highest level. He holds career averages of 7.7 points and 5.7 rebounds per game.