Carrick Felix will join wizards Training Camp. The Washington Wizards have been a solid NBA team in the eastern conference as they continue to build around their young core of John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Otto Porter. But they are not content with just being solid, they want to contend for the title especially with the eastern conference next year being substantially weak. Now as the offseason comes to an end the Washington Wizards are finalizing their roster for training camps. Chris Reichert of 2 Ways and 10 Days has reported that the Washington Wizards have signed Carrick Felix to a training camp deal.

This move will most likely signal the end of the Wizards offseason moves as they shift their attention to training camp and to next season.

Carrick Felix started off at College of Southern Idaho

Carrick Felix played for College of Southern Idaho but then went on to play for the Arizona State University in his final three years in college. Carrick Felix entered the NBA scene in the offseason of 2013 as he was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 33rd overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. He appeared only in seven games for the Cleveland Cavaliers averaging 2.7 points, 0.6 assists, and 0.9 rebounds while shooting 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from beyond the arc, and 75 percent from the free throw line.

After that, he was traded to the Utah Jazz and played in the D-League up until now.

Brooklyn Nets looking to sign Tyler Zeller

The Nets have been good this offseason as they acquired some NBA picks, got rid of the huge contract of Brook Lopez, and acquired a young potential franchise player in D'Angelo Russell. With the east significantly weaker they actually have a chance to make a Cinderella playoff story next season with a back court of Jeremy Lin and D'Angelo Russell and maybe acquire a few more role players.

Michael Sotto of Basketball Insiders has reported that the Brooklyn Nets are considering giving Tyler Zeller a contract for next season as they invited Tyler Zeller (along with Jared Sullinger to a workout in Brooklyn). This move is likely to find more players in the 4 or 5 position with the departure of Brook Lopez this offseason.

Tyler Zeller entered the NBA scene in the offseason of 2012 as he was selected with the 17th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks. He was then directly traded to Cleveland for two full seasons and was then traded to the Boston Celtics in a three man trade. A couple of months ago he was waived by the Boston Celtics and now he looks to make a new start with a particularly young but very capable team next season.