The offseason is coming to a close as teams are now finalizing their roster as we inch closer to training camps next month. It has been a roller coaster ride for the #NBA as numerous star players changed from one team to another. One recent trade involved Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas, a move changing the future of both teams as Boston wants to win and the Cavaliers add future stability to their franchise. Here are a few more updates on the Celtics and the NBA free agency.

Andrew Bogut being considered by Boston

Boston made a lot of noise this offseason by acquiring NBA all-star Gordon Hayward and trading away Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder for Kyrie Irving.

Now it seems like they are looking to add the final pieces to their roster so that they can be ready for training camp. Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe reported that the #Boston Celtics are likely going to try and sign Andrew Bogut this offseason. Last season, Boston tried to sign Bogut but he decided to play in Cleveland instead.

Andrew broke his leg in his debut game with the Cavaliers that caused him to miss the remaining NBA season. Now he is healthy and is expected to be in condition for training camps. The Boston Celtics are over the salary cap, so if they do decide to pursue Bogut they can only offer him a minimum contract this offseason.

Bogut was selected with the first overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks. He played seven seasons in Milwaukee, four seasons in Golden State, and had short appearances in Dallas and Cleveland.

This offseason he is going to enter his 13th season in the NBA. The former NBA champion has career averages of 10 points, 1.6 blocks, 0.6 steals, 2.3 assists, and 8.9 rebounds while shooting 53.4 percent from the field, and 55.6 percent from the charity stripe.

Jahlil Okafor sheds off 20 pounds

The Philadelphia 76ers are looking very solid for next season as their young top prospects are now healthy heading into the NBA season. Ben Simmons recently was cleared for full basketball activities and the Merkelle Fultz injury from the summer league has healed. Jahlil Okafor has also made strides in his health by losing 20 pounds this offseason, as reported by Jessica Camerato of CSN. Okafor has stopped eating dairy products like milk, chocolate, and cheese but he still eats fish every now and then. He said that he felt lighter and hopes that being lighter can make him more healthy and faster for next season. #Cleveland Cavaliers