The #NBA offseason is coming to an end as teams are now finalizing their roster because training camps are set to start in a couple of weeks. The NBA has had a crazy offseason with top tier NBA players switching teams and conferences and new in-game rules along with a revamped NBA schedule to minimize resting of players. Here is a couple of more updates on the NBA free agency scene:

Martel Webster to make one more run on NBA career

With #Solomon Hill missing a huge part (if not the whole season) due to his torn hamstring this offseason the Pelicans are now trying to find a small forward replacement for Solomon Hill. Ryne Buchanan of NBA Blazers Edge has said that the Pelicans are currently working out #Martell Webster (along with Josh Smith and Chase Budinger) in the hopes of filling in the void Solomon Hill left with his injury.

Martell Webster last played in the NBA in 2015 for the Washington Wizards, Webster was slowly becoming a solid role player in the NBA, but injuries had the last laugh with him being out multiple seasons due to his poor conditioning. Now Martell Webster has a chance to reinvigorate his NBA career this offseason and could have a huge role with the New Orleans Pelicans next season.

Solomon Hill will miss 2017-2018 NBA season

The Pelicans are looking pretty good heading into training camps this offseason with everyone relatively healthy and a new and revamped roster that looks to contend for a playoff spot next season. Unfortunately, it seems like the Pelicans [VIDEO] have struck some bad luck with Solomon Hill suffering a proximal tear in his left leg as reported by NBA Rotoworld.com. This injury will likely make him miss six to eight months, his timetable for return has not yet been set and could make him miss out on next season.

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Solomon Hill was drafter with the 23rd overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft by the Indiana Pacers. He made his NBA debut in 2014 when he was called up by the Indiana Pacers, in the next year he missed the entire 2014 NBA summer league due to a right ankle injury. He played a total of four seasons in the NBA (three for Indiana and one for the Pelicans) and was supposed to be a big part of the New Orleans Pelicans roster for next season if it was not for his injury this offseason. He has NBA career averages of 6.4 points, 0.3 blocks, 0.7 steals, 1.6 assists, and 3.3 rebounds while shooting 40 percent from the field, 33.6 percent from beyond the arc, and 82.2 percent from the charity stripe.