Training camp is right around the corner, and we can expect that in a couple of weeks NBA players and staffs are expected to be locked in to be ready for the start of the season. Heading into training camp, some teams have finalized their roster while some still have not resolved their roster issues but it is very likely that in a couple of weeks some big names are going to get traded this offseason to avoid a toxic or awkward training camp atmosphere. Here are updates on the NBA scene:

Willie Reed arrested for domestic violence

With training camps right around the corner, it is imperative that players rest and ready themselves physically and emotionally for the upcoming NBA season, but that was not the case for Willie Reed.

He has recently signed a one year $1.5 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers this offseason and a week after he was arrested for domestic violence in Miami at 3:06 am as reported by ESPN.

The Clippers have had a rough offseason so far with the departure of Chris Paul, Gallinari's injury after landing a punch in an exhibition game and now Willie Reed being arrested, Danilo and Willie are still expected to be ready for the start of training camp and the Clippers can only hope that they can turn things around.

Reed went undrafted in the 2011 NBA draft and played in the D-League in the offseason. He made his NBA debut with the Brooklyn Nets in 2015, he was later signed by the Miami Heat and had a decent season last year with the Heat that warranted him a one year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.

He averaged 5.3 points, 0.7 blocks, 0.3 steals, 0.4 assists, and 4.7 rebounds while shooting 56.8% from the field and 20% from beyond the arc.

Carmelo finds peace in his current situation

NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony has now found peace as reported by Marc Berman of the New York Post. In a press conference, Carmelo talks about growing his hair, moving on from the separation of his former wife, and about the on going trade talks between the Knicks and Houston Rockets.

When asked about the topic he said that could not comment on it right now but says he is perfectly fine and happy with his situation this offseason. It was never a secret that Melo will only waive his trade clause for the Houston Rockets, he did not want to go to Portland and with the Irving drama this offseason, he now does not want to go to Cleveland.

Melo also said that he and James Dolan have talked a lot and that he is very comfortable with Dolan handling the situation. With the emotional roller coaster the past years, Melo insists on focusing on his family, on things that make him happy and accepting everything he has now.