The major deals of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Paul George, and Stephen Curry have been completed, but what about the other guys? Not all players in the league are superstars, so some of the role players around the league may not have made your headlines. The Timberwolves, Bulls, Warriors, and Bucks bolstered their teams with deals for the following role players.

Teague joins Butler in Minnesota

Jeff Teague cashed in on a three-year, $57 million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. It came a day after the Timberwolves traded former starting point guard, Ricky Rubio, to the Jazz.

It has been a busy offseason for the Timberwolves after trading for Butler on draft night. Now, Minnesota has a promising starting lineup that will feature Butler and Teague with two rising stars in Andrew Wiggins and Karl Anthony-Towns.

Felicio stays with Bulls

Cristiano Felicio will stay with the Chicago Bulls after signing a four-year, $32 million contract according to The Vertical's Shams Charania. Felicio became a fan favorite for his enthusiasm and hard work off the bench for the Bulls these last two seasons. Felicio averaged five points and five rebounds in 16 minutes of play, but his role might increase after the Bulls have shopped Butler, and decided to cut Rajon Rondo.

West, Livingston will stay with Warriors

David West took a huge pay cut to try to win a championship last offseason, and it worked out. West took a veteran's minimum, one-year contract that ran out this season, but he is going to stay with the Golden State Warriors for at least one more season after signing a one-year deal according to's David Aldridge.

West will retire at the conclusion of this season.

On the other side, Livingston will return after signing a three-year, $24 million deal. Livingston was the backup point guard to Curry on the team's two championship runs. After re-signing Curry, Livingston, West, and most likely Kevin Durant, it's unclear if the Warriors will be able to keep Andre Iguodala.

Snell cashes in with Bucks

The Bulls dumped Snell to the Bucks in the last offseason in a trade that brought in Michael Carter-Williams, but it seems that the Bucks might have won that trade. Now, they are cashing on on Snell with a four-year contract worth $46 million according to Wojnarowski. Snell averaged 8.5 points last season while shooting 45.6 percent from three point range. The Bucks hope that Snell can be a dependent sharp shooter off the bench for years to come to complement their up and coming young core.