The NBA offseason is coming to an end, and it seems like NBA players are starting to work on their bodies before Training Camp begins this September. One, in particular, is Isaiah Thomas, he is starting his cardio rehab after resting for two months due to his hip injury. While NBA teams upper management is trying to finalize their roster to have a full camp this September. Here are updates for both Thomas and the free agency:

Thomas feeling great after three months of rest

The Boston Celtics had a great run last season by securing the top seed in the Eastern Conference but were destroyed by LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals last playoffs.

Thomas ended his season after aggravating his hip in game 3 when the Cavaliers went up 3-0 against them. In the offseason, Thomas and his camp decided to not have surgery on his hip and just let the muscle rest.

And it seems like the decision was the right one as Thomas seems to be feeling pretty good as reported by Stephen Hewitt of The Boston Herald. Thomas is now back in the gym shooting some hoops and working on his cardio in the weight room. The plan now is to slowly progress in his rehab after resting for three months, working back that cardio and tuning his body up in tip top form before training camp begins.

With the Boston Celtics making waves in this years offseason Thomas has lots to be excited about as he enters the 2017-2018 season beside fellow NBA All-Star Gordon Hayward.

WIth this move, the weight on Thomas will be relaxed, and this will help shorten the talent gap with their eastern rival Cleveland Cavaliers.

Thomas came off his best year so far averaging 28.9 points, 0.2 blocks, 0.9 steals, 5.9 assists, and 2.6 rebounds while shooting 46.3% from the field, 90.9% from the line and 37.9% from beyond the arc.

(career highs in points, blocks, field goal percentage and free throw percentage)

Atlanta Hawks acquire Luke Babbit

Micahel Scotto of Basketball Insider reported that the Atlanta Hawks had signed a one year 1.9 million dollar deal this offseason. Babbitt was drafted with the 16th overall pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2010 NBA draft but was later traded to the Portland Trail Blazers for Martell Webster.

Babbitt will enter his seventh year in the NBA with a Hawks uniform on and will help the Hawks by spreading the floor with his three point shooting. He has career averages of 4.7 points, 0.2 blocks, 0.2 steals, 0.6 assists, and 2.3 rebounds while shooting 40.6% from the field and from the three point line.