The offseason is coming to a close as the training camps are set to begin next month. Numerous changes have been made so far with new schedules, new in-game rules, and NBA all-stars changing teams and conferences. The east as of the moment seems to be weak; this is going to be a great opportunity for other teams to make a playoff run next season. Here are a few updates on the NBA free agency scene:

Bulls could eventually agree to a Wade buy-out

The Chicago Bulls made a huge push in trying to form a formidable lineup last season to make a playoff run.They made huge moves in the offseason by acquiring multiple time all-star in Dwayne Wade and high IQ NBA veteran in Rajon Rondo.

Things looked pretty messy in the first part as Rondo was being benched and Wade getting hurt multiple times throughout the season. They went 41-41 in the regular season and just barely held on to the eighth seed in the east, they shocked the Boston Celtics in winning the first two games in Boston but eventually lost four games in a row.

With things turning sour the Bulls now start rebuilding as they have moved their NBA All-Star in Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach Lavine in Kriss Dunn. This move made it clear that the Bulls are ready to start fresh and rebuild this offseason. Nick Frieddell of ESPN has reported that the Bulls and Wade are likely to agree on a buyout in the upcoming months.

Wade just recently opt-in for 23.8 million dollars for next season.

Wade enters his 15th season in his amazing career, he is a former finals MVP, former NBA scoring champion in 2009, three time NBA champion, eighth time All-NBA team and a 12 time NBA All-Star. Last season he averaged 18.3 points, 0.7 blocks, 1.1 steals, 4.6 assists, and 4.5 rebounds while shooting 43.4 percent from the field, 31 percent from beyond the arc, and 79.4 percent from the charity stripe.

Andrew White agrees on contract with Boston

Mike Waters of has reported that former Syracuse scorer has agreed to a partially guaranteed deal with the Boston Celtics this offseason. Andrew White was a prolific scorer in college, and many have wondered why he did not make the NBA scene directly went he declared to the NBA Draft.

Now he has a chance to showcase his scoring prowess in the NBA as he now joins one eastern Super Team with the Boston Celtics, the Celtics are loaded this season, and this could be an excellent opportunity to learn the game from the likes of Thomas, Al Horford, and Gordon Hayward.