The Chicago Bulls frontcourt is loaded with talent in Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and Nikola Mirotic, and the team added to its stockpile by selecting Arkansas' Bobby Portis at No. 22 overall Thursday night. Portis slid further...Show More Summary
As a whole, the Chicago Bulls remain one of the Association's most interesting teams ahead of the 2015 NBA draft and free agency. Derrick Rose, Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah and others form a solid core for another run in the Eastern Conference...Show More Summary
There were a lot of high expectations for the Chicago Bulls last season due to the returning Derrick Rose, and a number of offensive reinforcements, particularly Pau Gasol, whom the Bulls acquired from the Lakers during the off-seas...
As the Bulls prepare to introduce Fred Hoiberg as their next coach, their prime free-agent acquisition addressed the departure of their last.
The Chicago Bulls have reached the NBA playoffs in seven consecutive seasons. And in order to make it eight straight, a few things must materialize. Led by Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler and Pau Gasol, the team was considered a legitimate title contender this year. Show More Summary
Pau Gasol's rejuvenating season has produced some honors.
Even with some players traditionally thought of as power forwards actually qualifying as combo forwards ( Draymond Green, Tobias Harris) or combo bigs (Anthony Davis, Tim Duncan, Chris Bosh, Pau Gasol and many more), this was still a...Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls forward Pau Gasol remains on track to play against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series on Thursday night.
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Even in jest, Mike Dunleavy understands the seriousness of Pau Gasol's return for Thursday's Game 6.
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The Chicago Bulls have their backs up against the wall heading into a must-win Game 6 Thursday night, but reinforcements are on their way. Pau Gasol says he’ll return to The post Pau Gasol Plans to Play in Game 6 vs Cavaliers appeared first on SLAMonline.
With their season on the line, the Chicago Bulls desperately need a healthy Pau Gasol back. While the power forward will return on Thursday night, there's no guarantee about the healthy part. Per ESPNChicago.com's Nick Friedell, Gasol will suit up after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury. Show More Summary
Never fear, Chicago Bulls fans. Pau Gasol is here to save the day. Or at least make sure there’s a puncher’s chance in h-e-double-hockey-sticks the day can be saved. After missing Games 4 and 5 against the Cavaliers—both losses—with a strained left hamstring, Gasol is set to play in Game 6 on Thursday. His status […]
Pau Gasol said he'll return Thursday for Game 6 after missing 2-1/2 games of this uber-competitive conference semifinal series against the Cavaliers with a strained left hamstring.
Pau Gasol is officially listed as probable for Game 6, and he may be the only thing standing between his Chicago Bulls and definite elimination against the Cleveland Cavaliers. A sore hamstring kept Gasol out of Games 4 and 5, but he'll...Show More Summary
Pau Gasol plans to play Cavs-Bulls Game 6 Here’s ESPN Chicago reporting on Bulls power forward Pau Gasol, a key member of the squad who could certainly be the difference between a tied series or the Cavs advancing and leaving Chicago in the dust. The Cavs lead the series 3 games to 2, so Thursday is must-win for [...]
Pau Gasol ran and went through a long post-practice workout on Wednesday and is a gametime decision for Thursday’s Game 6 with the strained left hamstring that has sidelined him the last two meetings with the Cavaliers.
Chicago Bulls forward Pau Gasol plans to play in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Bulls' center told reporters he will suit up after missing the previous two games. All-Star center Pau Gasol said he will return to the Bulls' lineup for Thursday's Game 6 against the Cavaliers after missing the previous two games with a hamstring injury, he told reporters. Show More Summary