Pau Gasol

#16 PF / Chicago Bulls / EXP: 14YRS Height: 7-0 Weight: 250 lb Age: 35 College: No College

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Posts 20-10-5 line Wednesday

    Gasol registered 20 points (9-16 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 10 rebounds, and five assists in 30 minutes during the Bulls' 113-90 loss to the Hawks on Wednesday. Gasol was the only Bulls' starter to shoot 50 percent or better from the field, and his 20 points were actually good for the game-high. Despite being 35 years old, Gasol is still one of the most reliable and well-rounded contributors in fantasy. Though Derrick Rose will likely see a slight boost in value now that Jimmy Butler (knee) is sidelined for several weeks, so will Gasol.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Set to play in All-Star Game

    Gasol will replace Jimmy Butler (knee) in the All-Star Game, Yahoo's Marc J. Spears reports. With the recent news of Butler being sidelined three-to-four weeks due to a strained left knee, commissioner Adam Silver was forced to name an Eastern Conference replacement for the All-Star Game. He went with Butler's 35-year-old teammate Gasol, who's averaging 17.0 points and 10.9 rebounds per game through 48 games played.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Records double-double in Monday's loss to Hornets

    Gasol scored a team-high 22 points (8-13 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT) with 10 rebounds, seven assists, three blocks and two steals during 33 minutes in Monday's 108-91 loss to the Hornets. Gasol pretty much had to do it all as the Bulls' last remaining All-Star. He matched his season high with three three-pointers and has been pretty good from beyond the arc lately; Gasol has hit seven of his last 11 attempts from distance. It was surprising that coach Fred Hoiberg didn't decide to rest his veteran center with the Hornets running away with the game early, though that may mean that Gasol is healthier than we think he is.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Finishes with 25 points in Saturday's loss

    Gasol finished with 25 points (8-16 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 7-7 FT) alongside eight rebounds and three assists in 34 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the TImberwolves. After missing Friday's contest against Denver, Gasol was effective in his return. The Spaniard got off to a hot start, scoring six points and dishing out three assists over the first seven minutes. Gasol is having yet another very productive year and should continue to provide points and rebounds whenever healthy.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Will play Saturday

    Gasol (hand) is available to play Saturday against Minnesota, Nick Friedell of ESPN Chicago reports. After testing out his injured left hand, Gasol will indeed take the floor for Saturday's matchup against the Timberwolves. The Bulls have yet to release their starting lineup, although with the dearth of healthy players in Chicago's front court, it'd be surprising if he didn't get the start.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: To test injured hand in warmups Saturday

    Gasol will test out his injured hand during warmups before making a final decision on whether to play Saturday against Minnesota, Nick Friedell of ESPN Chicago reports. Gasol sat out of Friday's matchup against the Nuggets after suffering a hand injury earlier in the week against Sacramento. He will attempt to play, and Friedell noted that Gasol seemed "hopeful" that he'd be able to give it a go against the Timberwolves. Further confirmation on his status should be made available shortly before tip-off.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Questionable to play Saturday

    Gasol (hand) is questionable to play Saturday versus the Timberwolves, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports. Gasol was a surprising scratch from Friday's game, because it is unclear when he actually hurt his hand. However, if there is any chance he can go he will likely give it a shot considering Jimmy Butler has already been ruled out, and the Bulls could use his offensive presence. Expect an update on his status closer to tip-off Saturday.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Will not play Friday

    Gasol (hand) will not play Friday versus the Nuggets, Nick Friedell of ESPN Chicago reports It was a surprise to see Gasol questionable on the injury report considering how well he has been playing recently, but it appears his hand is bothering him enough to keep him out of action Friday. The Bulls are likely being cautious with their veteran big man, so there is likely no real long term worry here. In his absence, Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis should see an increased workload. The Bulls next play Saturday versus Minnesota, so expect an update on Gasol's status prior to tip-off.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Questionable for Friday

    Gasol is questionable for Friday's matchup with the Nuggets due to a left hand sprain, Nick Friedell of reports. Gasol did not appear to be hampered by any hand injuries in Wednesday's win over the Kings. He posted 16 points (6-16 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 13 rebounds, four assists, and two steals in 36 minutes. Look for an official decision on his status for Friday to be made after the team goes through morning shootaround and pregame warmups. If he isn't able to play, look for Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis to see extra action.

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    Bulls' Pau Gasol: Double-double in loss to Clippers

    Gasol registered a double-double with 15 points (7-11 FG, 1-1 FT) and 14 rebounds to go along with five assists in just 29 minutes during Sunday's loss to the Clippers. Gasol played very efficiently Sunday, but the blowout nature of the game limited his minutes slightly, capping his opportunity to produce. The Spaniard has still played exceptionally well of late, minus a one-point stinker against the Warriors, and he is averaging 19.6 points, 12.8 rebounds and 4.6 assists over his last five games. He should continue to be leaned on heavily as the go-to option in the Chicago front-court.

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