The NBA offseason is about to come to an end as we look forward to the NBA regular season this October 17. Teams are now locking in their roster for training camps and starting to grind for the NBA season. We have seen numerous changes in this year's offseason, but we can only wait as to how good and competitive the upcoming NBA regular season will be. Here are a few more updates on the NBA free agency:

Brooks to play reserve point guard for the Wolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves is now looking like a super team after acquiring Jimmy Butler and Jeff Teague and retaining Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns. This offseason they also retained Shabazz Muhammad and is about to give Wiggins a five-year 148 million dollar extension.

Now they add even more offensive firepower in their backcourt by acquiring veteran Point Guard Aaron Brooks. NBA.Com has reported that the Minnesota Timberwolves has signed Aaron Brooks to a one-year deal this offseason. Aaron Brooks will likely play as the backup point guard behind Jeff Teague next season. This move gives their second unit a solid and veteran point guard that can shoot the three well.

Aaron Brooks entered the NBA in the offseason of 2007 where he was drafted with the 26th overall pick by the Houston Rockets. He mainly spent his season playing in the NBA D-league but the year after when Rafer Alston departed Houston this was the chance Aaron Brooks needed to show that he is capable of playing at the NBA level. He played around four seasons in Houston before being traded to the Phoenix Suns, a year after he was traded again to the Sacramento Kings and in 2012 he made his return to Houston.

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The last four seasons he played for in Denver, Chicago and in Indiana. He has career averages of 10.1 points, 0.1 blocks, 0.6 steals, 3.1 assists, and 1.7 rebounds while shooting 41.3 percent from the field, 37 percent from beyond the arc, and 83.9 percent from the charity stripe.

Bucks add Marshall to training camp roster

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has reported that the Milwaukee Bucks have signed Kendall Marshall to a training camp contract this offseason. The Bucks was looking to add another point guard this offseason and was looking at Derek Rose, now with Derek Rose signing with Cleveland they now shift their attention to Kendall Marshall. Marshall has been in the NBA for about five years, and if he can make the roster, this could be a big chance for him to revive his NBA career and show how capable he is at the NBA level.