As the NBA offseason officially begins, teams can now officially meet with free agents and offer them contracts. Days ago we saw Jimmy Butler go to Minnesota, Chris Paul going to Houston and Paul George joins the league Most Valuable Player in Oklahoma. And that all happened before offseason began, now let's take a look at today's updates on the NBA free agency:

Joe Ingles ink multi-million deal

With Hayward and George Hill Contemplating on moving to another team this offseason, the Utah Jazz secure an important deal with Joe Ingles that could help them re-sign veteran Hill and NBA All-Star Gordon Hayward.

Sources in the league have told the Tribune that Australian forward has signed a 52 million dollar deal for four years with the Utah Jazz, Sam Amick of NBA Insider also confirmed the deal on Twitter.

Ingles averaged 7.1 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.7 assists last season while shooting 45.2% from the field. He played a career high last year in minutes with 24 per game, with his minutes steadily going up he had been a huge help for the Utah Jazz last season. One deal is done for the Utah Jazz, but they still have lots to handle with Hayward and Hill testing free agency.

Jose Calderon joins The Land

12 year NBA veteran, Jose Calderon has reportedly joined the Cleveland Cavaliers by signing a 2.3 million dollar minimum deal, as reported by Shams Charania by The Vertical.

Calderon played for the Los Angeles Lakers and Atlanta Hawks last season (24 games for LA and 17 games for Atlanta), he has career averages of 9.6 points, 0.9 steals, 6.2 assists, and 2.5 rebounds while shooting 47.3% from the field and 40.9% from beyond the arc.

He will be the backup point guard for All-Star Kyrie Irving; he will bring solid playmaking for the Cavs while also a solid three-point shooter off the bench.

With the Golden State Warriors giving Curry a record-breaking contract, Cavs start off small by adding a solid playmaker in Calderon.

Phoenix Suns no longer pursuing Millsap

The first meeting of former NBA All-Star Paul Millsap was with the Phoenix Suns front office, after the talk the Suns have seemed to stop interest in Millsap stating that his asking price was too high, via David Aldrige of NBA TNT.

Aldridge also stated that the Minnesota Timberwolves have also stopped pursuing Millsap due to salary cap space just after acquiring Jimmy Butler before the start of the offseason. With the Wolves and Suns out of the picture, the Nuggets are next to meet up with Paul Millsap later tonight. Millsap would be a great fit for the young Denver Nuggets roster.