The Golden State Warriors have tried their best to keep their championship roster together and back for the next season. After dominating the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals, Golden State's next primary task was to re-sign Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. They did that earlier this summer as Curry signed a five-year deal worth $200 million while Durant agreed to sign a two-year, $53 million contract. It was the first step in bringing back the championship roster together and the fans in Oakland were also happy to see David West and Shaun Livingston back with the Warriors.

Just a couple of days ago it was announced that JaVale McGee will also play for the Warriors next season, but unfortunately Golden State will not have one of their key bench players next season.

Clark teaming up with Anthony Davis

Shams Charania of The Vertical reported on Wednesday that Ian Clark and the new orleans Pelicans have agreed on a one-year deal. The deal is reportedly worth $1.6 million as Clark leaves the Golden State Warriors after two seasons.

Clark was one of the key players off the bench for the Golden State Warriors last season and the fans are surely unahppy to see him leave the team after two solid seasons in Oakland.

The 6-foot-3 shootin guard entered the league in 2013 and he played his best basketball last season with the Warriors. During the 2016/2017 campaign Clark averaged 6.8 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game while shooting 37% from the three-point line.

He is now headed to the New Orleans Pelicans as he looks to team up with Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins.

The Pelicans acquired Rajon Rondo earlier this offseason, and Clark is another solid pick up for them. He will most likely be their starting shooting guard next season as the Pelicans look to make the playoffs for the first time after the 2015/2016 season. They finished at the 10th spot in the Western Conference standings last season, but their record should improve next season with the additions of Rondo and Clark.

The Pacers continue their rebuilding process

The Indiana Pacers have decided to move on after the departure of Paul George. The Pacers traded George to the Oklahoma City Thunder earlier this offseason, and in exchange they received Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. The team will look for Oladipo and Sabonis to be the leaders in the years to come as they are in a total rebuidilng mode. According to Shams Charania, the Pacers have also decided to let go their backup center from last season - Kevin Seraphin. Indiana reportedly waived Seraphin on Monday, just one day before his contract for the next season became guaranteed.

Seraphin played 49 games for the Pacers last season and averaged 4.7 points and 2.9 rebounds per game.