The offseason has been full of surprises and changes as all-stars scramble to different teams in the hopes of forming a super team worthy to contend with NBA champions Golden State Warriors. The Cavaliers offseason had a bad start with David Griffin being released and Kyrie Irving demanding a trade. But a few days ago that all changed as the Cavaliers completed a blockbuster trade that got rid of their Irving issues and gave them a decent replacement along with great assets. Here are a few more updates on the Cavaliers offseason moves:

LeBron most likely will depart from Cleveland

LeBron James has been named as the best basketball player in the world today, and that also will make him the most sought after NBA player once he becomes a free agent in the offseason of 2018.

Ric Bucher of the Bleacher Report has reported that LeBron will leave Cleveland once again based on chatters among NBA executives, some also say that this was the main reason why Kyrie Irving wanted to get out of Cleveland so that he will not be asked to pick up the remains once LeBron James leaves next offseason. The biggest rumor is that LeBron will join the Lakers in order to cement his post NBA career.

LeBron James has been compared to non-other than Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant, individually he has come close, but regarding NBA championships, LeBron is still short in that area. Many believe that LeBron's obsession on chasing those rings have come to a halt and has started thinking of his post NBA career.

Last season LeBron averaged 26.4 points, 0.6 blocks, 1.2 steals, 8.7 assists, and 8.6 rebounds while shooting 54.8 percent from the field, 36.3 percent from beyond the arc, and 67.4 percent from the charity stripe.

Shumpert will remain in Cleveland

Many have said that the Cleveland Cavaliers are trying to trade Iman Shumpert this offseason as he has failed to give a decent impact off the bench for the Cavaliers last season.

Following that rumor, it has also been said that Shumpert has requested to be traded per Dave McMenamin of NBA ESPN, but Shams Charania of The Vertical has reported that numerous sources are denying those reports.

Shumpert signed with the Cavaliers in the offseason of 2015 to a four year 40 million dollar contract and while playing in Cleveland has had a great bond with LeBron James.

Shumpert will be entering his sixth season in the NBA averaging 7.4 points, 0.2 blocks, 1.2 steals, 1.9 assists, and 3.4 rebounds while shooting 39.6 percent from the field, 34 percent from behind the arc, and 76.4 percent from the free throw line.