The NBA offseason is set to end and the training camp is about to begin. Teams are now finalizing rosters and top management is now filling up vacant roles in order for them to have a complete organization once training camp begins next month. Here are a few new updates on the NBA scene:

David Blatt wants to coach in the NBA

We all remember the amazing job David Blatt did on his first year of coaching with the Cleveland Cavaliers, it was not an easy job as he was coaching the best NBA player in the world. The Cavaliers did lose to the Warriors in the finals during that season but nevertheless, it was a huge success as a rookie coach.

In his second season, he was adjusting well and helped the Cavs to take number one see in the East but unfortunately was fired and was replaced by Tyronne Lue. now a year later David Blatt is looking to come back to the NBA this offseason as reported by Allon Sinai of the Jerusalem Post.

It was reported that Blatt turned down a coaching contract with the Maccabi Tel Aviv due to his desire to coach an NBA team this offseason. Blatt did not want to commit because he thought the team deserved a coach that would stay with them for the long term, and he was afraid to do so due to his desire to go to the NBA. He was taking interviews with the Houston Rockets, New York Knicks and the Sacramento Kings but no opportunity seems to have opened up for Blatt.

Blatt was considered as a legendary Israeli American coach in the EuroLeague. He helped the Maccabi Tel Aviv to two finals appearance and one EuroLeague Championship before he coached for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Lawson exits NBA and goes to China

David Pick has reported that Lawson has agreed to a one year 2.4 million dollar deal with the Shandong Golden Stars this offseason.

After rumors spread that Lawson was signing with a Chinese team he quickly dismissed those by tweeting that he did not sign with a Chinese team. But now it is official and it seems like the rumors were true as Ty Lawson will exit the NBA and go to china.

Lawson was drafted with the 18th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves, he was later then moved to the Denver Nuggets as he played the primary back up point guard behind Chancey Billups.

He has played six seasons with the Denver Nuggets and also played for Houston, Indiana, and Sacramento. He has career averages of 12.7 points, 0.1 blocks, 1.2 steals, six assists, and 2.7 rebounds while shooting 46% from the field and 35.9% from beyond the arc. Now he will take his talents to China and hopefully be a star player like Fredette has done.