Amid rumors that next season could be his last in the NBA, a recent report indicates that Kobe Bryant wants to play beyond 2014.
The world learned two things about Pau Gasol on Thursday.
1. He is on Twitter.
2. He is apparently pretty good at it.
Gasol does more than just tweet about what he eats for lunch, though. The Lakers forward was honored with the “Social Difference Award,” really the only award of consequence in the NBA Social Media Awards, which honored the likes of Russell Westbrook for his “trendsetting”...
Kobe Bryant and the company that was to auction off his memorabilia have reached an agreement and his parents have apologized for their role in the dispute.
The elder Gasol is apparently a tennis fan – and also, inadvertently a Roy Hibbert supporter:
“What an incredible match between @DjokerNole and @RafaelNadal! Rafa never gives up on any ball.”
Good one, Pau! Couldn’t have done better myself. PS, I’m not giving up on this. Hibbert was funny.
Hibbert Fined For Slur
Hibbert Is A Fancy Golfer
Pau Gasol remains understanding and respectful of the Los Angeles Lakers' indecisiveness regarding his future with the club.
The Lakers are waiting to see what Dwight Howard decided to do with his free agency before making a move with Gasol.
"I think the team has shown they would like to keep me," Gasol said. "But I understand there's a lot of other factors...
via Daily News
Pau Gasol had a disappointing season with the Lakers. He also had a bad individual season, and doubts were raised about his ability. With the implementation of the new salary cap, a player will also be tested according to his contract. Pau has struggled with the overpaid tag, and while it seems unfair to a player of his stature, he understands. He still loves the...
BECAUSE MAMBA SAYS
Kobe Bryant isn't sure when he'll be able to return to the Lakers' starting five next season, but one thing he is sure of: he wants to have the final words with Dwight Howard as the big man heads into free agency.
In a letter he posted to his personal website, Lakers big man Pau Gasol announced Tuesday that he will not play for the Spanish national team at this summers Eurobasket competition in Slovenia.
Gasol underwent a FAST procedure last Thursday on both of his knees to eliminate a buildup of scar tissue, and the Lakers gave a 12-week timeframe for his return. With that in mind, its hardly...
The Los Angeles Lakers' "Plan A" is to keep Pau Gasol and bring back the rest of the team, according to a report citing a source with knowledge of the organization's thinking.
Since the Lakers were swept in the first round by the San Antonio Spurs, Gasol talked openly about this season possibly being his last in Los Angeles.
Gasol is set to make upwards of $19 million...
LATER, LOS ANGELES?
Reports out of Los Angeles speculate that if the Lakers are able to re-sign Dwight Howard this summer, the team may use its amnesty provision on Pau Gasol.