The NBA started off really hot this offseason and no one expected for it to come to a climactic end, but with the whole Kyrie and Cleveland Cavaliers saga, it seems like we are in for the show as the NBA offseason comes to an end. Here are new updates in the NBA free agency and on the Cavaliers offseason:

LeBron will not waive trade clause

With all the turmoil and struggles the Cleveland Cavaliers are having this offseason, it seems like the greatest player in the world today in LeBron James will stick with the Cavaliers for one more season.

Brian Windhorst of ESPN reported that LeBron would not waive his no-trade clause.

With David Griffin out, Kyrie Irving asking to be traded, and missing on top free agents The King, as he is known, seems to be committed to staying with Cleveland. He wants to finish his contractual obligations next year no matter what circumstances or roster Cleveland will have next season.

LeBron promises next season but has been silent on his plans for 2018-2019 NBA season. It has been rumored that this was one concern of Kyrie in which the team sacrificed so much to make the team tailored fit for LeBron, that if he leaves in 2018, the Cavaliers will have to suffer and feel the effects of the LeBron departure.

Pau Gasol inks two year deal with the Spurs

The Spurs have remained silent this offseason after losing Dewayne Dedmon and Jonathan Simmons to the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic respectively.

They make their first big move by re-signing six time NBA All-Star and former NBA Champion Pau Gasol.

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN has reported that the Spaniard and the Spurs have agreed to a three-year deal, he could have earned 16.2 next season but decided to opt out of his player option to give the Spurs a little bit of financial flexibility.

Pau Gasol will enter his 17th NBA season this October, despite his age, he remains to be a big threat in the post and from mid range.

Last season he averaged 12.4 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.1 blocks in 64 games with the Spurs while averaging a career low in minutes of 25.4 per game. With Manu Ginobili and Pau Gasol coming back to Texas next season the San Antonio Spurs are likely to continue being a western conference giant next season.

The NBA season is right around the corner, and the Western Conference has become even stronger, with the Cavaliers also struggling this offseason it seems likely that all the attention will be in the West next season.