Originally posted on Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog  |  Last updated 2/5/13
Pau Gasol injured his right foot in the Lakers' Tuesday night win over the Brooklyn Nets. Gasol left in the fourth quarter and headed to the locker room. He had played 34 minutes, finishing with 15 points, four rebounds, two assists and two blocks. Lakers beat writer Mike Trudell wrote that Gasol will get an MRI on Wednesday, and the Lakers are calling the injury a "plantar fascia strain.” Earl Clark stayed strong in 41 minutes, double-doubling with 14 points and 12 rebounds. He added a steal and a block, and he's a must-own player at this point. Pau Gasol has an injured right foot, and will not return. Nets doctors are looking at him now in the locker room. — Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) February 6, 2013 Potential downer is of course the injury status of Pau Gasol, who hurt his foot in the final minutes. Probably learn more on that tomorrow. — Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) February 6, 2013 Pau Gasol will get an MRI tomorrow in Boston on his R foot. Lakers call it a “plantar fascia strain.” Foot has bothered him all season. — Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) February 6, 2013
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