The offseason has been full of crazy moments this year, and it's sad to know that it is almost coming to an end with training camps right around the corner. Jimmy Butler, Isaiah Thomas, Chris Paul, Gordon Hayward, Paul Millsap, Danilo Gallinari, Kyrie Irving and Jae Crowder are among the few NBA players that have changed teams the past couple of months. Next season we will also be adopting new in-game rules and a new and improve player friendly NBA schedule to minimize resting of players. Here are a few more updates on the NBA free agency scene:

Kyrie Irving will show better assist numbers

Kyrie Irving has been known as the primary scoring threat in the Cleveland Cavaliers, but his NBA assists numbers took a big dip ever since LeBron James came back to Cleveland.

Kurt Helin of Pro Basketball Talk reported that Danny Ainge said Kyrie Irving would be a better passer when he comes to Boston this offseason. He also mentioned that Kyrie is an underrated passer mainly because LeBron James is the primary point of Cleveland. Along with those comments, Danny Ainge admitted that he thinks that Kyrie should improve his defense and he surely will have a chance to improve with Brad Stevens system in place.

Everyone is excited for the NBA opening game between the Boston Celtics Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers. It is very exciting to see how well Kyrie will fit in Boston with Gordon Hayward and Al Horford at his side. On paper, it does seem that Kyrie will surely improve his passing numbers especially with how good Gordon Hayward and Horford is off the ball and with catch and shoot.

With the offseason coming to an end we can only wait and see as to how good the Boston will be next season.

Kyrie Irving's stats before LeBron came

Kyrie was the main scoring option and central Point Guard when he was in Cleveland before the LeBron era. In those two years, Kyrie averaged around 20.5 points, 0.4 blocks, 1.3 steals, 5.7 assists, and 3.7 rebounds while shooting 46.05 percent from the field, 39.5 percent from beyond the arc, and 86.35 percent from the charity stripe.

Irving's number before and after LeBron was similar, especially in the assist department.

Irving greatly improved his scoring and field goal percentage when LeBron came. But let's not forget that Irving had no help at all when he was in Cleveland before the NBA LeBron era, and yet despite not being the main point guard he still managed to maintain his assists averages.

With him being the main point guard and with Gordon Hayward, Al Horford, and Jaylen Brown on the floor, Irving will surely improve his assists numbers next season. We can only wait and see as to how good the Celtics will be as the offseason comes to a close.