This offseason featured numerous changes with top NBA players switching teams, new in-game rules, and a new player friendly schedule for next season. One team that underwent one of the biggest change this offseason is the Boston Celtics, they added Marcus Morris and NBA All-stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. Here are a couple more updates on the NBA this offseason:

Jae Crowder happy despite changes in life

The NBA blockbuster trade that happened a couple of weeks ago was a shock to everyone especially for Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder as they had no idea of the trade talks. But for Jae Crowder that offseason trade will be something he will remember forever.

Weei.com has reported that Jae Crowder's mom passed away a few minutes after he got knowledge of the trade. Despite this, Jae Crowder has said that he still very happy about the changes especially about joining the Cleveland Cavaliers. He also said that before the trade happened he already talked to Boston's [VIDEO] front office on the team is loaded with wing players due to the acquisition of Marcus Morris and Gordon Hayward, and he says he respects greatly the decision of Boston. Jae Crowder's mom was battling cancer and her mom gave in to the disease that day.

Jae Crowder entered the NBA in the offseason of 2012 when he was drafted with the 34th overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers. He was quickly traded on the same night to the Dallas Mavericks in a package that featured Jared Cunningham and Tyler Zeller.

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He played two seasons for the Dallas Mavericks until he was traded on December 18 along with Jameer Nelson and Brendan Wright for Rajon Rondo and Dwight Powell. He played his best season last year as he averaged career highs in assists, rebounds, field goal percentage, three point percentage, and minutes per game (32.4).

Isaiah undergoes treatment but not surgery

In an NBA press conference in Cleveland that featured the newly acquired players in the Kyrie trade, Kobe Altman has said that Isaiah is currently undergoing a precise treatment to make him 100 percent again for next season. He also mentioned that surgery is not an option because the treatment will suffice and Isaiah is also committed to sticking to the treatment on his torn labrum this offseason. Sources have said that Isaiah may have suffered the injury way back in December when he collided with Karl-Anthony Towns in a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.