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BIOGRAPHY: Despite lacking overwhelming size, Lasme could become a defensive force as a shot-blocker and rebounder in the NBA. Lasme was the Atlantic 10 player of the year, and also received the conference's top defensive honor. Averaged 13.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and was second in Division I with 5.1 blocks per game last season, increasing his average in those categories in each of his four years at UMass. In 2006-07, he became just the third player in NCAA history to have four triple-doubles in the same season, joining Michael Anderson (Drexel, 1986) and Jason Kidd (California, 1994). All of Lasme's triple-doubles included at least 10 blocks and he finished with 399 in his career, tying him for 18th all-time in NCAA history. Only attempted 270 field goals in 33 games last season, but shot 61.1 percent. Most of his attempts come off offensive rebounds. Lasme's only college postseason experience occurred this past season, averaging 17.5 points while taking the Minutemen to the NIT's second round. Lasme had 20 points or more in just six of his 118 games. Needs to work on his free-throw shooting. Made only 62.2 percent of attempts from the line in his career at UMass. Considered a raw talent. A team may take a chance on him in the second round.