As teams have formed the identity of their teams for the upcoming season, NBA teams now start to add the finishing touches and try to surround their core players with role players that will fit well in their system. The offseason has been hectic but it has finally cooled down a little bit mainly because big names have already decided which team they will play for, here are a few updates of teams finalizing their roster for next season:

Minnesota add veteran role players

After acquiring NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler from the Chicago Bulls the Minnesota Timberwolves have become a big threat next season to make a run in the NBA playoffs.

They have done a masterful job this offseason in acquiring Jimmy Butler without giving up Andrew Wiggins or Towns. They released Ricky Rubio earlier this month and now they add even more power by adding two NBA veterans that will finalize their team next season.

The Wolves have now officially signed former starting point guard for the Indiana Pacers Teague and big man veteran in Taj Gibson. Teague signed a three-year 57 million dollar deal and he will probably be the starting point guard for them this upcoming season. Gibson, on the other hand, signed a two year 28 million dollar deal, he will most likely come off the bench and give their second unit a veteran that can

Teague signed a three-year 57 million dollar deal this offseason and he will probably be the starting point guard for them this upcoming season.

Teague averaged 15.3 points, four rebounds, and 7.8 assists last season with the Pacers while shooting 44.2% from the field.

Gibson, on the other hand, signed a two year 28 million dollar deal, he will most likely come off the bench and give their second unit an NBA veteran that can rebound the ball well and shoot from the perimeter.

Gibson has career averages of 9.4 points and 6.3 rebounds while shooting 49.5% from the field.

Clippers acquire Euroleague superstar

The Los Angeles Clippers have started to think of rebuilding after Chris Paul decided to go the Houston Rockets, luckily Blake Griffin stayed and took on the challenge of being the sole face of the Clippers franchise this offseason.

With the departure of Paul, the Clippers have now signed Euroleague superstar in Milos Teodosic.

He has played in Serbia, Greece, and Russia, he is the 2010 Euroleague Most Valuable Player and was also named FIBA player of the year and now he has his sights on the NBA. Milos Teodosic has been known for his flashy and on pint passing skills along with his leadership and a decent three point shot. He is now CP3 but Milos Teodosic could probably still help this Clippers team to be a contender.

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