The offseason is slowly nearing its ending as training camps are a few weeks away. The NBA offseason recently has been a crazy and one that is full of surprises that feature numerous changes in the league. Superstars have changed teams like Paul Geroge, Isaiah Thomas, Gordon Hayward, Kyrie Irving, Chris Paul, Paul Milsap, Danilo Gallinari, and Brook Lopez. The NBA will also have new in-game rules that improve game play and a new and revamped NBA schedule to minimize resting players for next season. Here are a few more updates on the NBA scene:

Milwaukee could be the third team in Carmelo trade

Carmelo Anthony is now the only big name that has yet to be traded since Kyrie has officially joined the Boston Celtics.

The Houston and New York trade talks have been delayed because they are having a hard time finding a third team to accommodate the huge contract of Ryan Anderson this offseason. Ian Begley of NBA ESPN has reported that Jabari Parker has been mentioned in the Knicks and Houston trade talks, it is still unsure on whether it only features Parker or a package along with Gren Monroe or John Henson since the Bucks are loaded with big men.

Jabari Parker [VIDEO]was drafted with the second overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft by the Milwaukee Bucks in the offseason of 2014. Parker had an incredible rookie year with the Milwaukee Bucks and was poised to win NBA Rookie of the Year, but on December 15, 2015, Parker suffered an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in a game against the Phoenix Suns.

This injury not only made him miss the remaining season but it also was the main reason he did not win the Rookie of the Year award.

Parker returned the following season in early November and was slowly coming back to his rookie form but another heart breaking ACL injury made Jabari sit on the sideline again.

Can Jabari be a good trade asset?

Parker has shown just how good he is and how capable he is of playing in the NBA at a high level, but injuries have hampered him that has limited his growth and value in the NBA despite how talented he is. If Parker does go to the New York Knicks this offseason, he will be a great addition to the secondary scoring option behind Kristaps Porzingis, that is if he can be healthy. Jabari has career averages of 15.8 points, 0.4 blocks, one steal, 2.1 assists, and 5.6 rebounds while shooting 49.1 percent from the field, 34.1 percent from the beyond the arc, and 74.8 percent from the charity stripe. There is no doubt how good Jabari Parker is and can be, but can he remain healthy to grow into an NBA All-Star?