Big names have changed teams and have shocked the NBA world this offseason. While the offseason continues and the summer league begins teams start forming their lineups for next season. Here are a few new updates this offseason:

Sacramento acquires Vince Carter

With the team starting to rebuild this offseason Sacramento Kings are now signing veterans to give leadership to a young team. The former Dunk Champion and athletic wing player Vince Carter signed a one-year eight million dollar deal with the Sacramento Kings.

Carter has a long list of accomplishment in his 19-year career in the NBA, he is an eight-time NBA All-Star, Rookie of the year awardee in 1999 and a Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year awardee in 2016. The high-flying forward has aged but he has also adjusted his game from a high flyer to a perimeter spot up shooter. Last season he averaged eight points, 1.8 assists, and 3.1 rebounds while shooting 39.4% from the field and 37.8% from beyond the arc.

Randolph leaves Memphis for Kings

It seems like the Memphis Grizzlies are rebranding their team and will end the Grit and Grind era in Memphis by letting Zach Randolph go this offseason. The Sacramento Kings along with Zach's former coach in Dave Joerger quickly took notice and planned on acquiring him. Zach Randolph and the Sacramento Kings agreed to a two year 24 million dollar contract per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

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Zach Randolph was a Most Improved Player awardee in 2004 while he played in Portland and has been named one of the best rebounders and post player in the NBA. Despite his lack of height Zach uses his strength and shot making skills in getting rebounds and put backs. He averaged 14.1 points and 9.3 rebounds while shooting 47.1% from the field last season off the bench.

With Hayward out Hill moves to Sacramento

After the Utah Jazz failed to attract NBA All-Star Gordon Hayward to re-sign with them this offseason, nine-year NBA veteran, George Hill also decided to leave Utah in the hopes of getting more money or going to a winning team.

He decided to take a big paycheck with the Sacramento Kings, inking a three year 57 million dollar deal per David Aldridge of TNT.

Hill will be the clear captain and main scoring option for the Kings next season while also showing the ropes to young players in Sacramento. George Hill came off an amazing season last year averaging a career high in points (16.9) and 0.1% short of tying his career high in field goal percentage (47.7%).

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