The NBA offseason has been full of surprises with top notch players switching teams and conferences. This offseason has also featured the NBA board to change certain in-game rules in the hopes of increasing and improving game flow for next season. Next season will also feature a more player friendly schedule to minimize resting of players. Here are a couple more updates for next season in the NBA:

Cleveland will host the Cavaliers for a long time

The Cleveland Cavaliers have become a relevant NBA dynasty in the past years with the return of LeBron James, they even won the NBA championship in 2016 and has been to the finals for three straight playoffs.

There is no doubt that the Cleveland people are very happy with the Cavaliers organization and are very happy with the King LeBron James. But there have been recent rumors and issues that the Cleveland Cavaliers will be leaving Cleveland and heading to a new city. This is due to Dan Gilbert (current Cleveland Cavaliers owner) canceling a renovation project on the Quicken Loans Arena worth 140 million dollars this offseason, which could have extended their lease on the arena up to 2034.

But Joe Vardon of the Cleveland Plain Dealer has reported that Dan Gilbert has put an end to that rumor with a tweet stating that he will never move the Cavaliers out of Cleveland and that is unconditional. The tweet of Dan Gilbert will surely make the Cleveland NBA fans sigh with relief this offseason as the Cavaliers are looking to make its fourth straight NBA finals appearance next season.

Pistons acquire Dwight Buycks

Michael Scotto of NBA Basketball Insider has reported that the Detroit Pistons have signed Dwight Buycks to a contract this offseason. Buycks entered the NBA scene in 2011 where he went undrafted in the 2011 NBA draft, he, later on, played for the Tulsa 66ers in the NBA D-League. In 2013 he had a short stint with the Toronto Raptors appearing in 14 games, the year after he played six games with the Los Angeles Lakers.

After an unsuccessful run in the NBA Buycks decided to take his talents to China and played with the Fujian Sturgeons in the Chinese Basketball Association.

Just this offseason Buycks played for the Dallas Mavericks for the Orlando Summer Camp; he helped them win the Championship against the Detroit Pistons where he scored a team high 28 points. The game probably made a big impression for the Pistons as now he is joining the Detroit Pistons. This could be his huge break and his chance to prove that he is indeed worthy of playing in the NBA.