The offseason is now heading to a close with training camps set to start in a couple of weeks from now. This time is usually where players and NBA staff to rest and prepare themselves for another start of an NBA season. Here are a few updates on the NBA scene:

Byron Scott says goodbye to coaching career

Byron Scott was hired to coach the Los Angeles Lakers which featured a young core Laker line up and an aging Kobe Bryant in the 2014-2015 NBA season. It was another tank season which later led them to draft Brandon Ingram in the 2016 NBA draft later that offseason, and now Byron Scott has reportedly had enough of his coaching career.

TMZ reported that Byron Scott has retired from his coaching career and that he plans to enjoy the retired life from now one, Scott also said that he is currently enjoying his job in ESPN. Before his coaching career, he played 14 seasons in the NBA and won three NBA championships with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Scott retired from the NBA in the offseason of 1997 and later on was hired to coach the New Jersey Nets for four years and led them to two NBA finals appearance. He also coached the New Orleans Hornets (now the Pelicans) for five seasons and helped them to two playoff appearances. He then moved to the Cleveland Cavaliers for three seasons and ended up with the Lakers for two seasons all of which resulted to a missed playoff.

John Wall looks to remain a Wizard for life

The Washington WIzards spent a significant amount of money this offseason in the hopes of locking in their young core and eventually develop to reach the NBA finals. This offseason they matched the Brooklyn Nets offer sheet for Otto Porter with a four year 106 million dollar contract that made Porter the highest paid player on the Washington team.

But that was short lived as The Washington Post reported that John Wall has agreed to a 170 million dollar contract extension that now makes him the highest paid player, the contract also integrates a trade kicker that will likely save the same purpose as a no trade clause.

John Wall now has a total of six years in Washington and has expressed his interest in staying a Wizard for life.

John Wall came off, arguably, his best NBA season so far by averaging 23.1 points, 0.6 blocks, two steals, 10.7 assists, and 4.2 rebounds while shooting 45.1% from the field and 32.7% from beyond the arc. (Career highs in points, steals, assists, and field goal percentage) No doubt that Wall has been a great asset to the Washington Wizards on the court but his involvement, bond, and the impact he has to the Washington community have been outstanding.