It's a melancholy thought, but Pau Gasol may never suit up for the Los Angeles Lakers again. If that's the case, the big Spaniard will be sorely missed in L.A. Truly, it's been a joy to watch Gasol's fluid, cerebral game up close for the past six-and-a-half years. Show More Summary
Saying goodbye to Pau Gasol won't be easy for the Los Angeles Lakers, so it's best if they start now and never look back. In a few months' time, Gasol will enter free agency, at which point the Lakers are expected to let him walk. But wait. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers' Steve Nash, Chris Kaman and Pau Gasol sat out Monday's game against the Utah Jazz.
Four-time All-Star and two-time NBA champion Pau Gasol will have his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers come off the books at season’s end—making him an unrestricted free agent. Although the Spaniard has regressed statistically inShow More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers veteran big man Pau Gasol won’t play again during the 2013-14 campaign due to a bout of vertigo. He's set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason. His last game in a purple-and-gold uniform may very well...Show More Summary
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Pau Gasol's season is done, and barring a surprising change in circumstances, so is his Los Angeles Lakers career. All things considered, that's probably for the best. Per Lakers sideline reporter Mike Trudell, the vertigo that sidelined...Show More Summary
While surely neither side wanted it to end quite like this, it appears that we've seen the last of Pau Gasol as a Los Angeles Laker. This could be the end of an era for one of the most skilled and successful Lakers big men, given all...Show More Summary
Outside of Kobe Bryant, no player has been more synonymous with Purple and Gold than big man Pau Gasaol. But the Los Angeles Lakers and the 33-year-old Spaniard could finally be headed in different directions this summer. Sports Illustrated's...Show More Summary
Pau Gasol will likely keep an eye on the playoffs to determine the team he wishes to join this summer. There are probably a few squads that Gasol will be rooting against with the hope of joining one of them in the offseason. Indeed,Show More Summary
Pau Gasol has been suiting up for the Los Angeles Lakers since the 2007-08 season when he was dealt from the Memphis Grizzlies in a blockbuster trade, but there’s a chance his 2013-14 season—and stint with L.A.—may be coming to an end. According...Show More Summary
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Lakers are leaning toward sitting him for last seven games because of a recurrence of vertigo before game in Sacramento. He becomes a free agent after this season and it's unsure where he will end up. Pau Gasol might have played his last game in a Lakers uniform.
Only nine players suit up, as Pau Gasol and Xavier Henry are unable to play. If the Lakers lose three of their final seven games, they will officially have the worst record of the L.A. era. SACRAMENTO — Pau Gasol's vertigo came back with a vengeance and Chris Kaman's right calf wouldn't cooperate.
Los Angeles Lakers star big man Pau Gasol is once again battling vertigo and will miss Wednesday night's game against the Sacramento Kings. Bleacher Report's Kevin Ding has the news, noting that the veteran's current condition is soShow More Summary
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The Lakers use 7-footers Pau Gasol and Chris Kaman together, but the result is the same: another loss in a lost season. The big men have little success. The two towers approach delivered a single, familiar result.
Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard threw down over Los Angeles Lakers bigs Pau Gasol and Chris Kaman to earn Tuesday's Dunk of the Night award. Neither Gasol nor Kaman are particularly spry at this point in their respective careers, but Lillard 's dunk was still impressive. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Damian Lillard may not have won this year's convoluted Slam Dunk Contest during NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, but that doesn't mean he didn't deserve to be there. Case in point: this filthy flush over Pau Gasol and Chris Kaman...Show More Summary
Gasol, who has criticized Coach Mike D'Antoni's small-ball approach, likes what he saw from Kaman, who had a big game against Phoenix on Sunday but seems destined to go back to the bench. Pau Gasol is back from vertigo. And he has some suggestions.