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The Lakers announced Thursday that Pau Gasol will be out for a minimum of 6-8 weeks with a torn plantar fascia in his right foot.
Gasol was injured on Tuesday in the fourth quarter of the Lakers' 92-83 victory over the Brooklyn Nets.
After an initial diagnosis in Boston, Gasol flew to Los Angeles where he was examined by foot specialist Dr. Kenneth Jung.
Gasol has struggled...
More bad news for the Lakers as an MRI taken Wednesday revealed a plantar fascia tear in Pau Gasol's foot. He will reportedly be out for at least six weeks.
A league source told CBS Sports today that Gasol has a partial tear of his plantar fascia. This couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Lakers who have just started playing decent ball. The tear came during the Lakers impressive short-handed win against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday.
Pau Gasol has a partial tear of his plantar fascia and is expected to be out at least six weeks...
Gasol's Lakers future is, most likely, in a ton of jeopardy at the moment
The 2012-13 season has been a disaster in many ways for the Los Angeles Lakers.
First off, and most prevalent, is their record of 23-26 which is awful by Lakers standards and is completely not indicative of how talented they actually are. Secondly, they traded for Dwight Howard AND...
Bad news for the Lakers (23-26), who have won 6 of their last 7 games. After straining suffering a plantar fasciitis strain late in the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s win in Brooklyn (Video), an MRI has revealed that forward, Pau Gasol, has a partial tear of his plantar fascia and is expected to miss six to eight weeks if he decides to rehab, or 10-12 weeks if he decides to...
Give Pau Gasol points for being optimistic.
Shortly before heading in for an MRI on his injured right foot on Wednesday, the Lakers big man posted a photo of himself smiling and giving two thumbs up. He tweeted that he was “hoping for good news!” A little while later, it was doubtful Gasol was all smiles.
The MRI revealed that Gasol had torn the plantar fascia in his foot and...
The Los Angeles Lakers didn’t need any more bad news this season. With Dwight Howard taking special shots in his shoulder a head coach that can’t get his team headed in the right direction and a Kobe Bryant that is asking to many questions in the teams locker room what else do the Lakers need this season? They sure didn’t need Pau Gasol falling with a foot injury. When a big...
via Commercial Appeal:
According to the front-office in Memphis, the Zach Randolph trade rumors can be put to bed. For now, anyway.
“The team has fielded calls proposing trades for its all-star, but Griz CEO Jason Levien said he told Randolph on Thursday that he won’t be dealt this season. NBA teams have been told the Grizzlies aren’t looking to move...
Pau Gasol will have an MRI on Wednesday and the fear is that he tore his plantar fascia.
It’s no secret that Pau Gasol is not happy with things in LA, but are things bad enough for him to ask for a trade? Maybe, and his strained relationship with head coach Mike D’Antoni could be the main reason.
The two met a few weeks ago to try to hash out their differences.
“It’s hard to know personalities if you don’t get in touch with them,”
“It was an effort on...
The NBA has suspended Metta World Peace one game without pay for an altercation with Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Knight in the Lakers' 98-97 win on Sunday.
The Lakers will also be without center Dwight Howard as the team takes on the Nets in Brooklyn
When the Memphis Grizzlies traded Rudy Gay to the Toronto Raptors, there were rumors that immediately started to swirl over the futures of just about everyone else on the team. Zach Randolph is one of the men that could be moved by the trade deadline.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol left Tuesday's win over the Brooklyn Nets after straining the plantar fascia in his right foot late in the fourth quarter.
Kobe Bryant had 21 points and eight rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers overcame the absences of Dwight Howard and Metta World Peace, and the loss of Pau Gasol to beat the Brooklyn Nets 92-83 on Tuesday night.
Antawn Jamison, starting for the suspended World Peace, made the go-ahead basket during a closing 14-3 run for the Lakers, who have won three straight and six of their last...