The NBA offseason is on its final tail as teams are preparing and finalizing their roster for training camps next month. The NBA has made a lot of changes with game rules (specifically to improve game flow) and the schedule for next season to minimize resting players. The NBA season is close but there are still lots of drama left as Kyrie Irving and Carmelo Anthony are still on their respective teams. Here are a few updates on the NBA free agency scene:

LeBron James unsure on 2018-2019 season

There have been plenty of rumors about The king LeBron James but that is to be expected mainly because he is arguably the best basketball player in the universe as of the moment.

Heading into this offseason LeBron James said in an interview that he does not plan on leaving and will surely play for the Cleveland Cavaliers this upcoming season. Joe Vardon of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that LeBron denies all allegations and reports of him being sure on leaving Cleveland next season. The King has been very vocal about him being uncertain once his NBA contract expires next year, and does not necessarily mean that he will leave the Cavaliers. Despite the David Griffin separation and Kyrie Irving drama LeBron is very committed to playing for the Cavs next season. But with Dan Gilbert continuing to shake things up in Cleveland it may be inevitable that LeBron will be leaving Cleveland for the second time in his career.

With LeBron being a free agent after next season teams are now clearing up and reserving their salary cap space for next offseason in the hopes of landing The King. NBA teams like the Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers are two teams that will have ample cap space to sign LeBron James to a hefty contract. The greatest basketball player has been nothing short of amazing as he averaged 32.8 points, 1.3 blocks, 1.9 steals, 7.8 assists, and 9.1 rebounds while shooting a career high 56.5 percent from the field and 41.1 percent from beyond the arc.

Georges Niang joins Golden State Warriors

The NBA Champions Golden State Warriors have been busy this offseason making small but solid acquisitions while still maintaining their core. Now they add a young and raw talent in Georges Niang with a partially guaranteed contract as reported by Adrian Wojnarowski. Niang was drafted by the Indiana Pacers with the 50th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, he mainly played in the D-League last season and was then waived by the Pacers last month.