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Lakers could receive $100 million luxury tax bill next season

Lakers could receive $100 million luxury tax bill next season

The Los Angeles Lakers could be looking at a luxury tax in excess of $100 million next season, depending on how the offseason plays out. 

Source: Brian Windhorst/ESPN

ANALYSIS: The Lakers did not have to pay a luxury tax after winning the championship last season, but could run into the tax with numerous players hitting free agency in the offseason. Dennis Schroder is eligible for a contract extension, and should L.A. resign the point guard, his deal will join new cap hits from LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Montrezl Harrell, Kantavious Caldwell-Pope and others. Talen Horton-Tucker and Alex Caruso will also be free agent in the offseason and could receive sizeable pay raises. 

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