The Chicago Bulls staged their first practice of training camp Tuesday morning, and it's no surprise that Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Mike Dunleavy, Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah were the starters in the scrimmaging portion.
The closer Derrick Rose gets to the reality of playing with Pau Gasol with the game on the line, the more the Bulls star dreams.
In one free-agent signing, the Chicago Bulls found a secondary scorer to complement Derrick Rose, a post-passing partner for Joakim Noah and quite possibly the missing piece to their championship puzzle. For Pau Gasol, a four-time NBA...Show More Summary
Two months and change after the NBA’s free-agency period began, it’s official: That was crazy. From LeBron James’ full-circle salvation to the Eric Bledsoe debacle, from Kevin Love’s wish-come-true to Pau Gasol’s Windy City gambit, the...Show More Summary
Derrick Rose is finally back and ready to lead the Chicago Bulls into the new NBA season, where expectations will be high for a reloaded squad. Will the additions of big-name players like Pau Gasol be enough to bring the Bulls a title? Howard Beck and Ric Bucher preview the Bulls' upcoming season when they join Adam Lefkoe in the video above. Show More Summary
Here’s Reuters reporting on an aging basketball legend: Spain centre Pau Gasol has doubts about his future with the national team following the hosts’ shock quarter-final defeat by France at the basketball World Cup on Wednesday. The Spaniards, packed with NBA talents and joint favourites with the United States, were expected to reach the final but the contest against [...]
The Chicago Bulls didn ’t get Carmelo Anthony this summer. But they were hell-bent on making sure they upgraded their roster in one way or another. By adding Pau Gasol, Doug McDermott, Cameron Bairstow, Nikola Mirotic and Aaron Brooks while only losing one rotation player (D.J. Show More Summary
Pau Gasol has looked good in the 2014 FIBA World Cup, which could mean something great is in store for him and his new Chicago Bulls teammates next season. The 34-year-old Spaniard has been the most dominant player in the tournament, which—if we're being honest—is somewhat surprising given the downward trend his NBA career has been on lately. Show More Summary
If the Chicago Bulls are using Derrick Rose and Pau Gasol's FIBA Basketball World Cup performances to preview their season ahead, chances are their feelings are somewhat mixed. Gasol has looked like a new man with Spain. The 34-year-old is averaging 20.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.2 blocks through six games. Show More Summary
After running roughshod through Group A at the 2014 FIBA World Cup, a fierce Spanish team led by Marc Gasol, Pau Gasol and Ricky Rubio is poised to do the host country proud as the knockout stages begin. Carrying a perfect 5-0 record...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls head into the 2014-15 season with their best chance at a championship since head coach Tom Thibodeau ’s era began in 2010. They’ ve got new depth, including more scoring punch than ever with Pau Gasol, Doug McDermott, Aaron Brooks, Nikola Mirotic and, of course, a renewed Derrick Rose on board. Show More Summary
Among the Chicago Bulls’ biggest summer additions, two of them potentially gave Chicago the deepest frontcourt in the league—Pau Gasol and Nikola Mirotic. The duo of score-first big men—one a veteran (Gasol), the other a rookie ( Mirotic )—should pair nicely next to Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson, two of the NBA’s very best front-line defenders. Show More Summary
Spain is fortunate to have NBA brothers Pau and Marc Gasol on its side for the 2014 FIBA World Cup. The siblings have helped their squad roll through Group A without much resistance, and on Wednesday, the Gasols led Spain to an 88-64...Show More Summary
Ricky Rubio's quick hands set the tone, and brothers Pau and Marc Gasol combined for 32 points as Spain beat France 88-64 to remain undefeated at the Basketball World Cup on Wednesday.
Windy City natives Derrick Rose and Anthony Davis dominated coverage leading into the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but the city's newest resident has turned the most heads since the tournament tipped off. Pau Gasol, the 13-year NBA veteran...Show More Summary
In what Chicago Bulls fans can only hope is a preview of things to come next season, Pau Gasol took it to the Brazilian frontline on Monday, as Spain cruised […] The post Pau Gasol Dominates Brazil in FIBA Basketball World Cup (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Led by Gorgui Dieng, Senegal upset Croatia to move one step closer to a knockout-round appearance. Here are all the results from the third day of the FIBA World Cup. Group A Spain 82, Brazil 63: Pau Gasol had 26 points and nine rebounds to lead Spain to a blowout victory in a critical matchup between top contenders. Show More Summary
Spain put on a clinic for the home fans Monday night, laying an 82-63 drubbing on Brazil to grab a stranglehold atop Group A. The hosts were led by Pau Gasol, who turned 15 shots into a ridiculously efficient 26 points to go with eight rebounds, two assists and three blocks. Show More Summary
Spain dispatched its top challenger in Group A with ease, pulling away early from Brazil for a 82-63 win. In their first real test of the 2014 FIBA World Cup, Spain soundly defeated top Group A challenger Brazil and reasserted themselves as the tournament's co-favorites. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose will have to develop some chemistry with Joakim Noah and former Los Angeles Laker Pau Gasol, and I can only wonder which one will click better with him. Logic would dictate that Noah has the edge considering that he’s been Rose’s teammate since the 2008-09 campaign. Show More Summary