Just a week in this year's offseason and it has already been one of the biggest NBA offseasons in history, with over five stars changing teams and conferences. With superteams being the new trend, NBA teams just keep on adding big names in the hopes of dethroning the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Nick Young joins the Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are a great shooting team, having arguably the best three-point shooter in NBA history in Stephen Curry. They aren't dangerous solely because of Curry they also have a bench that can shoot the three too, from Iguodala, Ian Clark, David West, and Matt Barnes.

This offseason the Golden State Warriors added even more three-point shooting to their line-up. 11-year veteran Nick Young, after opting out of his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason, has joined the Golden State Warriors with a one-year minimum contract. Young known for his three-point shooting ability can be a huge help for the Warriors second unit especially in spreading the floor. Young averaged 13.2 points, one assist, and 2.3 rebounds while shooting 43% from the field and 40% from beyond the arc last season for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Golden State adds even more shooting

After adding Nick Young, the NBA champion Golden State Warriors then continued to add former Minnesota Timberwolves forward Omri Casspi to their line-up.

Casspi who once had a three-point duel with Steph Curry in the regular season finds himself on the same team as Curry now. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN tweeted that sources have confirmed that Casspi and the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a one-year deal for next season. Casspi has career averages of 8.2 points, 1.2 assists, and 4.2 rebounds while shooting 44.3% from the field and 36.7% from beyond the arc.

Casspi together with Nick Young will create a second unit that has amazing three-point shooting for the Warriors next season.

Hayward leaves Utah for Boston

"And I know that this process isn’t easy for the fans, either. So I just want to be as straight up as possible about why I’m coming to Boston." Hayward said according to the Player's Tribune.

One of the most awaited events this offseason is where NBA All-Star Gordon Hayward will be signing, and with that statement he made on the Players Tribune Utah fans are left broken hearted while Boston fans rejoice as their chances of knocking down LeBron and the Cavs has increased tremendously. Gordon has signed a four year $128 million contract with a player option in the last season with the Boston Celtics. The Celtics will be looking at a core lineup of Thomas, Horford, and Hayward next season and they are going to be big favorites next to the Cavs as the season begins this October.