The New Orleans Pelicans have added some championship pedigree to their roster, signing former Golden State Warriors guard Ian Clark. Elsewhere in the NBA, the Indiana Pacers continued to revamp their roster by parting ways with veteran center Kevin Seraphin. Also, the Chicago Bulls signed former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono to a two-way deal.

Pelicans sign Ian Clark, add backcourt depth

The Associated Press first reported the signing New Orleans Pelicans signing of Ian Clark, as a person familiar with the situation told the AP on condition of anonymity since the deal has not yet been made official.

The deal is one-year for the veteran's minimum.

Since Clark is a combo guard, he will be able to rotate in for either Jrue Holiday or Rajon Rondo, giving head coach Alvin Gentry more options. Last season, his second year with the Warriors, was the best in Clark's four-year career. He played in 77 games and averaged 14.8 minutes per game.

Clark averaged 6.8 points, 1.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 0.5 steals while shooting 48.7% from the field and 37.4% on three-pointers. These were all career highs for the 26-year-old out of Belmont. Before joining the Warriors, he spent time with the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz, as well as both team's D-League affiliates.

Pacers waive Kevin Seraphin

The Indiana Pacers waived Kevin Seraphin on July 31st, continuing their roster overhaul. Seraphin had a $1.97 million August 1st guaranteed date on his contract, which the Pacers avoided by waiving him.

This now gives the team $7.6 million in cap room. Last season, Seraphin's seventh in the NBA, was his only one with the Pacers.

Prior to that, he spent one year with the New York Knicks and five with the Washington Wizards. Last season, Seraphin played in 49 games, starting three of them and averaging 11.4 minutes per game.

He averaged 4.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and shot 55.1% from the field.

Bulls add Villanova star Arcidiacono

The Chicago Bulls have signed former Villanova Wildcats star Ryan Arcidiacono to a two-way deal, meaning he can play in the NBA or in the newly named G-League. A four-year starter at Villanova, he helped lead the team to the 2016 National Championship while winning Final Four MVP honors.

He spent last season playing for the

He spent last season playing for the Austin Spurs in the D-League. He played in 47 games and started 34 of them. For the year he averaged 6.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 0.9 steals while shooting 47.2% from the field and 42.1% on three-pointers. Arcidiacono also played for the Bulls' summer-league team this offseason.