Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 12/19/14

Pau Gasol is excited about his upcoming offseason, and he is going to look at four teams in particular when it comes to free agency. According to Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders, Gasol will consider the Chicago Bulls, San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies, and Los Angeles Lakers in free agency. All four of those teams could use a power forward with the skill-set that Gasol possesses. In an interview with http://t.co/K3B8ybZMdR, Pau Gasol mentioned the Lakers, Grizzlies, Bulls, Spurs as options he’ll consider this summer. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) May 9, 2014 It would certainly be intriguing to see Gasol sign with the Grizzlies and pair in the front-court with his brother Marc. That fit wouldn’t necessarily make the most sense with Memphis already having Zach Randolph at the power forward position. The Lakers are expected to be planning a heavy push to re-sign Gasol, but he certainly hasn’t been happy with the direction that L.A. has been heading over the last couple of seasons. Chicago could be the best fit for him, as they are looking to move on from Carlos Boozer, but once again they have Taj Gibson penciled in as their starter next year. San Antonio would likely be the best fit if Gasol is looking for a starting position, as he and Tim Duncan could pair up. Gasol played in and started 60 games for the 

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