The NBA offseason has begun and news and rumors have been coming in left and right. The Golden State Warriors signed Steph Curry to a 200 million dollar deal and Joe Ingles stays in Utah. As the offseason fever continues, here are a couple more updates:

Iguodala gets 48 million dollar deal

After being pursued by almost one-fourth of NBA teams, Iguodala has decided to stay with the defending champions. ESPN has reported that the former NBA Finals Most Valuable Player signed a 48 million dollar deal for three years with the Golden State Warriors. Iguodala was a hot attraction this offseason, and because of his impact both on offense and defense, teams like the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets have been very interested in him.

Iguodala's averages last season were 7.6 points, one steal, 3.4 assists, and 4 rebounds, while shooting a career high 52.8% from the field. When Andre Iguodala tweeted "Sources close to Andre Iguodala reporting agreed to terms to return to the bay...." there is no doubt that Iguodala would like to stay in Golden State.

Houston adds another piece

It seems like adding NBA All-Star Chris Paul was not enough for the Houston Rockets as they continue to make moves this offseason. Just recently reported by Brian Windhorst of ESPN, The Houston Rockets have signed stretch four PJ Tucker for a 32 million dollar contract for four years. PJ Tucker averaged 5.8 points, 1.3 steals, 1.1 assists, and 5.4 rebounds while shooting 43.2% from the field and a career-high 40% from beyond the arc in 24 games with the Raptors.

With Lowry testing free agency and the Houston growing stronger by the day (linked to rumors of adding Paul Millsap and Carmelo), PJ Tucker moves to the west and puts himself in a great position next season.

Charlotte making moves

With the NBA Western Conference teams busy this offseason, the Charlotte Hornets are slowly making little moves to be a playoff contender in the east this year.

Just recently, they signed former Chicago Bulls and Philadephia 76ers guard Michael-Carter Williams to a one-year 2.7 million dollar contract, adding a solid backup point guard behind Kemba Walker next season. Michael Carter Williams averaged 6.6 points, 2.5 assists, and 3.4 rebounds while shooting 36.6% from the field last season for the Chicago Bulls.

With the recent addition of former All-star and NBA Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Howard before the offseason started, the Charlotte Hornets are slowly putting pieces together to make a playoff run this upcoming season.