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123 All-Conference Selections

26 All-Americans

22 NCAA Tournament Appearances

20 Conference Championships

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MIT
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8-4
def. Dom Demeterfi / Robin Drummond (VCMT)
8-1
def. Jamie Anderson / Nicolas Demaria (VCMT)
8-1
def. David Gandham (VCMT)
6-2, 6-0
def. Jeremy Auh (VCMT)
6-1, 6-1
def. Jamie Anderson (VCMT)
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def. Nicolas Demaria (VCMT)
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def. Charles Deng (MIT)
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THE BASICS: - Score: No. 26 MIT 8, Vassar College 1 - Records: No. 26 MIT (3-3), Vassar College (5-9) - Location: Cambridge, Mass. (J.B. Carr Tennis Bubble) - The Lead: The MIT men's tennis team earned an 8-1 non-conference win over Vassar College this afternoon inside the J.B. Carr Tennis Bubble. HOW IT HAPPENED: - The Engineers swept all three doubles points for an early 3-0 advantage. Tyler Barr (Chagrin Falls, Ohio) and Moonstruck Metallic Suede Block Heel Mules aTkcC8
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July 2nd 2018 at 8:33am CST by Luke Adams

The Lakers ‘ 2018/19 salary cap outlook has been a subject of much speculation in the days, weeks, and months leading up to 2018’s free agent period, and it continues to be an area of particular interest for NBA fans now that the team has reached agreements to sign LeBron James , Alexander McQueen Eyelet Slipper cgdOFhG
, Lance Stephenson , and JaVale McGee .

Do the Lakers still have cap room available? Can they keep Julius Randle and sign another free agent? If they let Randle walk, could they realistically make a play for a star free agent like DeMarcus Cousins ?

Before Monday’s news cycle gains momentum, we want to take a quick look at those questions, breaking down what the Lakers can and can’t do with their remaining cap room.

First, let’s take a closer look at the commitments already on the Lakers’ books. Listed below are the contracts and contract agreements that will eat into the team’s cap room. Tentative salaries for free agents are listed in green , while cap holds are noted in blue . Stephenson’s and McGee’s deals aren’t listed because –based on reported terms – they can be completed using exceptions the Lakers have used all their cap room.

Here’s the breakdown:

With a salary cap of $101,869,000 for the 2018/19 season, the Lakers currently only have about $2.2MM in space. That’s not enough meaningful room to use on a veteran player, but it gives them some flexibility to sign their second-round picks ( Calvin Klein Cosima aFwylP4n
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) or undrafted free agents to contracts with a longer term than two years, which could be useful.

It’s possible that the Lakers will simply use that leftover space on smaller deals, go over the cap to re-sign Randle using his Bird rights, and fill out their roster with the $4.449MM room exception (earmarked for Stephenson) and minimum-salary deals. Doing so would allow the club to maximize its flexibility for future seasons, depending on the terms of Randle’s new deal.

However, if the Lakers want to create space to make a run at another free agent, there are viable paths to doing so. Here are a few scenarios:

In other words, there are still ways for the Lakers to create significant cap space. However, trading Deng would likely involve attaching multiple young players and/or draft picks to him. Those are pieces the Lakers would prefer to keep or use in a deal for an impact player, so the club may hold off on such a move.

Meanwhile, there aren’t many free agents out there who are better bets than Randle, so the Lakers may prioritize working out a new deal with their own restricted free agent rather than making multiple roster moves to pursue an outside target.

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