Pau Gasol has led the Chicago Bulls to a victory over his former team, the Los Angeles Lakers, once this season.
Looking to do it again in his first trip back to Los Angeles, Gasol tries to help the Bulls build on an impressive victory that opened a six-game trip and extend the Lakers' longest skid in 21 seasons Thursday night.
Gasol won two NBA titles in six-plus seasons with Los...
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For the very first time in his illustrious career, Bulls’ Spanish big man Pau Gasol has been named a starter in the All-Star game.
Spending his first 13 seasons in the Western Conference, Gasol made four All-Star appearances, but was never voted in as a starter by fans despite all the fanfare that comes with helping the Los Angeles Lakers to two championships. This is Gasol’s...
A few nights after Pau Gasol dropped 46 points on the Milwaukee Bucks, a far more unsung player has trumped the Spaniard. In a consummate heat-check...
Rest in peace, Pau Gasol.
OK, so the Chicago Bulls big man didn’t die in a literal sense Monday night, but figuratively speaking, Gasol is no longer with us. That’s because he had was embarrassed in the worst kind of basketball way by the Orlando Magic’s Nikola Vucevic.
Gasol was a victim of one of the NBA’s dunks of the year, as Vucevic skied over Gasol to deliver a huge...
Orlando Magic center Nikola Vucevic had a tremendous game Monday night against Chicago, highlighted by this nasty dunk right over Bulls center Pau Gasol that put him on his back.Vucevic led the way for the Magic with 33 points and 11 rebounds in the 121-114 victory over the Bulls.Video via NBA.
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Every night presents a different and incredibly wonderful experience for NBA fans and Monday night was no different. We saw a fight between bigs and the death of one beloved Pau Gasol. Here is all the good stuff from Monday night’s games in our roundup:
Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!
Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Garnett and the Houston Rocket’s Dwight Howard had a very spirited altercation...
So the Bulls’ Pau Gasol had himself a game versus the Bucks.
Pau scored a whopping 46 points and recorded 18 rebounds last night making him the oldest player in NBA history to ever log those kind of stats.
Whether it was inside or outside, Pau made the Bucks look silly.
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The Chicago Bulls, without Derrick Rose, needed one of their other stars to step up in his absence. They didn’t have to look very far, as they went inside to Pau Gasol on the very first possession and never looked back.
Gasol had a career-high 46 points to go along with 18 rebounds, as the Bulls were able to bounce back from two ugly losses with a 95-87 victory over the Milwaukee...
Pau Gasol’s decision to sign with the Chicago Bulls this offseason is paying major dividends for the Bulls. He is averaging 18.3 points per game to go along with 11.3 rebounds per game which is fifth in the NBA this season. The Bulls signed Gasol after amnestying Carlos Boozer and this has shown to be a major upgrade. While the offensive numbers between Boozer and Gasol may not...