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Tweet The Los Angeles Lakers took another hit to their chances of turning around their season. After going down with a foot injury late in the game against the Brooklyn Nets, an MRI revealed a partial tear that will have F/C Pau Gasol out for potentially up to eight weeks: Pau Gasol has a partial [...]
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NEW YORK Pau Gasol's comments certainly won't comfort any Lakers followers.
"Right now I'm waiting for crutches so I can walk out of here," he said nervously in the visitors' locker room after straining the plantar fasciitis in his right foot.
It's an injury as ugly as it sounds, plantar fasciitis known more commonly as painful swelling on the soft...
Well, the hardships of this season just continue to pile up for the Lakers. Forward Pau Gasol left yesterday’s game with an apparent right foot injury, and the news is not good.
So, the Lakers enter tonight's game without Pau Gasol. Pretty sweet, right? Not quite.
Ever since Mike D'Antoni replaced Mike Brown as the coach of the purple and gold, Gasol has been on the outside looking in. In one of the most confusing and indefensible moves in recent memory, D'Antoni had the guy coming off the bench. He has, understandably, not been happy with his...
Like you needed me to tell you this. But it looks like things between Pau Gasol and Lakers’ head coach, Mike D’Antoni could be close to reaching it’s boiling point. With the NBA’s trade deadline roughly two weeks away, Pau Gasol spoke out on his inevitable return to the Lakers’ bench once Dwight Howard clears from his current shoulder injury.
“It’s hard to know personalities...
The news isn't good for Pau Gasol and the Lakers: Los Angeles' center has a partial tear of his plantar fascia and he'll miss at least six weeks, according to CBS Sports' Ken Berger. Gasol is expected to get a second opinion in the next few days, and he'll meet with the Lakers' team doctor and a specialist.
Gasol injured his right foot in the Lakers...
It has been discussed ad nauseum that things aren’t working in Los Angeles for the Lakers this season. And Steve Nash has gone as far as to say that things probably won’t get much better in LA this season.
Lost in the Lakers struggles is the fact that Pau Gasol seems to be the odd man out in this new regime of the team. While Kobe, Nash, and Howard have logged many minutes in...
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We’ve been down this road before with Pau Gasol and it just doesn’t appear to be in the cards this season for him and his owners. Last night disaster struck again in the form of plantar fasciitis, don’t try to pronounce it at home. What is plantar fasciitis? In short, your foot hurts when you have it, that’s all I know. As many of you astute fantasy owners also know by now...
In Game 6 of the 2008 NBA Finals, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant played one of his worst games, shooting 7-of-22 with four turnovers. The Boston Celtics beat the Lakers at the Garden, 131-92, to win their 17th franchise championship.
Bryant had already won three NBA title's with the Lakers, but