The offseason is coming to a close and teams are now finalizing their roster before training camp begins. There have been numerous changes in the NBA universe today as some NBA All-stars have changed team. And the NBA has implemented new rules to improve game flow and a new schedule to address resting players issue.

Raptors acquire Wiltjer

The Toronto Raptors have had a decent offseason as they were able to re-sign one of their franchise player in Kyle Lowry. Now as they finalize their, roster they add a solid but raw forward in Kyle Wiltjer as reported by RealGM Staff.

The Canadian-American forward went undrafted in the 2016 NBA Draft but later on joined the Houston Rockets for their summer league.

Later that season he eventually signed with the Rockets where he appeared in 14 games, he then got traded to the Los Angeles Clippers last month as part of the Chris Paul trade. He was then Waived by the Clippers and now he will make his mark on the Toronto Raptors. He has averaged 0.9 points, 0.1 blocks, 0.2 steals, 0.1 assists, and 0.7 rebounds while shooting 28.6 percent from the field and 30.8 percent from beyond the arc.

The Raptors will strive to get better this offseason as the NBA regular season is right around the corner. With the East getting significantly weaker with all-stars shifting to the Western Conference and the Cavaliers facing a huge offseason problem the Raptors will have a good chance of making a deep run in next years post season.

Beasley declines Chinese team to play for Knicks

Beasley has had his fair shares of up and down in the NBA which led him to play in the Chinese basketball association where he found a huge amount of success. Now, as he turns 29 this January and enters his 10th season in the NBA, he will try to revive his career with the New York Knicks.

Ian Begley of ESPN has reported that Michael Beasley has signed veterans minimum of 2.12 million dollar contract with the New York Knicks.

He had a better offer in China in terms of money but he has decided to play in the NBA and try his luck one more time this offseason. In his tenure with the NBA, he has played 6 different teams including the New York Knicks.

He has averaged 12.6 points, 0.5 blocks, 0.6 steals, 1.3 assists, and 4.7 rebounds while shooting 45.8 percent from the field, 34.7 percent from beyond the arc and 75.8 percent from the free throw line.

The Knicks are adding additional pieces this offseason but they are still having a hard time trading away NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony.