Lakers offseason: What you need to know about roster changes

On his way into free agency, veteran Wesley Matthews made it clear that he wanted to re-sign, the pain from the Lakers’ unrealized potential after a first-round playoff exit forcing him to declare his desire to “run it back.”

While the Lakers universally said they thought this team was good enough to win it all had it not been for key injuries, roster changes are almost always assured.

The NBA is projecting a $112.4-million salary cap for next season, with teams spending more than $136.6 million subject to luxury tax penalties.

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