The offseason has officially ended as training camps are about to begin. Teams are now finalizing their roster for training camps. LeBron James looks to continue his consecutive finals appearance while ignoring rumors about him heading to the Lakers next season. Dirk Nowitzki will also continue to start for the Dallas Mavericks next season despite his age. Here are a few more updates on LeBron and Dirk:

LeBron still mum on future after this season

Brian Windhorst of NBA ESPN has reported that LeBron still loves playing in Cleveland despite the departure of Kyrie Irving.

He added that it would be unfair to the organization for him to be thinking of the offseason as early as now. LeBron added that he would rather take care of those things once the offseason begins again. Coming into this season, LeBron is probably still going to be part of the MVP discussion as he has been nothing short of amazing the past few seasons.

LeBron James is still dubbed as the best NBA player in the world today and he still continues his excellent work ethic despite his aging body. Last season, The King still had a great season and was still in the conversation for league's Most Valuable Player. He averaged 26.4 points, 0.6 blocks, 1.2 steals, 8.7 assists (career high), and 8.6 rebounds (career high) while shooting 54.8 percent from the field, 36.3 percent from the three-point line, and 67.4 percent from the field.

Now that all the offseason drama has ended LeBron and his squad can now focus on once again making the NBA finals.

Dirk Nowitzki will still start next season

Mavs Moneyball has reported that Nerlens Noel will not start next season. There will be a very big chance that he will come off the bench behind NBA great Dirk Nowitzki. Rick Carlisle said that he already informed Nerlens Noel and his agent, Rich Paul, this offseason about that issue earlier this month.

He thinks that with the current roster Dirk Nowitzki is still the best fit for the starting center spot next season. With the training camps about the begin, the Dallas Mavericks are looking to make a playoff run with a Seth Curry, Dirk Nowitzki, Wesley Matthews, and JJ Barea core.

Dirk Nowitzki will enter his 20th season in the NBA, he has played a total of 1,394 games and he has already eclipsed the 30,000 point mark.

He has career averages of 21.7 points, 0.9 blocks, 0.8 steals, 2.5 assists, and 7.8 rebounds while shooting 43.7 percent from the field, 38.1 percent from the three-point line, and 87.9 percent from the charity stripe.