The NBA offseason is coming to a stop as NBA teams are getting ready for the start of their training camps. The NBA regular season is expected to begin on October 16 with the Boston Celtics Vs the Cleveland Cavaliers. This upcoming season will feature a much faster paced NBA game with new timeout mechanics and rules and also a new player friendly schedule. With the Carmelo drama already completed, it seems like there is no more unfinished business in this year's offseason. Here are a couple of more updates on the NBA free agency:

Wade and Chicago agree in potential buyout next season

The Chicago Bulls and Dwyane Wade's camp have been undergoing talks on a possible buy out the past couple of weeks.

In an interview, Bulls NBA front office stated that they are just waiting on Wade's final word so that they can finalize a deal. KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune has reported that the Bulls and Wade have now reached an agreement on a buyout this offseason with Dwyane Wade giving up eight million dollars on his 23.8 million dollar contract for next season. The frontrunners on Wade's list are the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, and the Miami Heat but the Oklahoma City Thunder was also mentioned with Carmelo now playing in OKC.

Dwyane Wade has had an illustrious career so far in the NBA by winning the NBA title three times, multiple time NBA All-Star and a multiple time All-NBA team selection.

Wade enters his 15th NBA season and comes in averaging 23.3 points, 0.9 blocks, 1.6 steals, 5.7 assists, and 4.8 rebounds while shooting 48.4 percent from the field, 28.7 percent from the three-point line, and 76.8 percent from the charity stripe. This offseason he will select which team he will transfer to, will he make one last push for an NBA title?

Or will he come back home to Miami?

Alan Williams suffers Meniscus Tear

The Phoenix Suns continue their patient rebuild this offseason by making very little moves and slowly waiting for Booker and the other young guns to become an all-star. But with their rebuilding process, they seem to have suffered a minor setback with Alan Williams suffering an injury.

Chris Haynes and Marc J. Spears of NBA ESPN has reported that Williams has suffered a partially torn meniscus during a workout. Allan Williams just recently signed a three-year 17 million dollar deal with The Phoenix Suns this offseason. As the NBA season comes, close Phoenix Suns fans can only wait and see how much improvement their young guns will achieve this season.