The offseason is coming to an end and the free agency scene in the NBA has now settled down. With the training camps beginning next month teams are finalizing the last puzzle pieces in their rosters. But that does not hold true for the Cleveland Cavaliers as they are still trying their best to find a great deal for Kyrie Irving. Here are a few updates on the NBA free agency scene:

Cavaliers targeting Kristaps Porzingis

With the recent events that have struck the Cleveland Cavaliers, from Dan Gilbert leaving to Kyrie Irving requesting a trade, it seems like the Cavaliers have been silent and limited about their offseason moves in the hopes of beating the Warriors next season.

Adrian Wojnarowski of NBA ESPN has reported that they are looking at Kristaps Porzingis as their main target in return for all-star guard Kyrie Irving. A few days ago the Cavs strictly made open their demands by asking for a veteran starter, draft picks, and a solid young prospect. The offers they have received from other teams are far from what they want as teams are hesitant about giving up so much to a Kyrie Irving who will not commit Long Term.

If the Cleveland Cavaliers do hit the jackpot this offseason and land Kristaps Porzingis this could be very good news for the Cavs and might even tempt LeBron James to stay next offseason. Porzingis has been amazing so far in his first two seasons in the NBA, he has averaged 16.1 points, 1.9 blocks, 0.7 steals, 1.4 assists, and 7.2 rebounds while shooting 43.6 percent from the field and 34.6 percent from beyond the arc.

Irving will commit long term with the Spurs

The limited trade offers the Cavaliers have received from other teams is mainly because of reports surrounding Kyrie [VIDEO] that he is unwilling to commit long term to wherever he will be traded this offseason. This made teams reluctant to sacrifice so much for an all-star player who is likely to stay for only two seasons. However, Adrian Wojnarowski of NBA ESPN has reported that Kyrie Irving is interested in committing long term only to the San Antonio Spurs at the moment.

This is great news for Spurs fan as San Antonio is very interested in Kyrie. The only problem they face is they have limited assets to trade and no young prospect to give up. The Spurs made an offer of Patty Mills and Danny Green for Kyrie, but the Cavaliers declined as they are also hoping to get a young prospect for Kyrie. Despite the offseason coming to an end, there is still a lot of drama left as both Kyrie and Carmelo have not been traded yet.