Gasol (foot) will miss the last two preseason games, Joe Freeman of The Oregonian reports.
Gasol is still on the mend from offseason foot surgery, and he'll miss the entire preseason as a result. His status for opening night Oct. 23 against Denver is still unknown.
Gasol (foot) will not play Saturday against the Suns, Casey Holdahl of the Trail Blazers' official site reports.
Gasol is recovering from foot surgery and will opt to play it safe by not participating in Saturday's exhibition. He's optimistic to play in the regular-season opener.
Gasol (foot) is "hopeful" to be ready to play in Portland's season opener Oct. 23 against the Nuggets, Jay Allen of Rip City Radio 620 reports.
Gasol underwent surgery on his left foot back in May, and he doesn't appear to be at full strength just yet. He inked a one-year deal with the Trail Blazers at the end of July, and his new team should update his status as Opening Night approaches.
Gasol (ankle) signed a one-year contract with the Trail Blazers on Wednesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Entering his age-39 season, Gasol likely doesn't have much left in the tank, though he is just two years removed from starting 63 games and averaging 23.5 minutes per contest for the Spurs. Gasol split last season between San Antonio and Milwaukee, but he appeared in only three games for the Bucks -- partially due to foot and ankle issues. The veteran underwent a procedure on his left foot in May, and he's optimistic that he'll be cleared for basketball activities sometime in August.
Gasol (ankle) is optimistic he'll be cleared for basketball activities in August and is hopeful to contribute wherever he ends up, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Gasol signed with Milwaukee at the beginning of March, but he was able to play in just three games prior to undergoing surgery on his left foot. However, the veteran center plans to return to the NBA for the 2019-2020 campaign. "My recovery from surgery has been smooth and I expect to be fully cleared for basketball activities in early August," stated Gasol. "I cannot wait to start training again."
Gasol underwent surgery on his left foot Thursday and will miss the rest of the playoffs.
There was never much optimism that Gasol would ever be healthy enough to play in the postseason after missing the last 23 games with the injury. Now, Gasol will have the opportunity to spend the summer rehabbing as he is expected to be ready to go for the start of the 2019-20 season.
Gasol (ankle) remains without a timetable for return, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports.
Gasol, who's missed the past 23 games with a left ankle injury, isn't likely to return anytime soon. Coach Mike Budenholzer stated that Gasol's return is "not imminent or anywhere near" at a press conference Wednesday.
Gasol (ankle) has been ruled out for Game 4 against the Celtics on Monday.
Unsurprisingly, Gasol will have to wait a bit longer to make his playoff debut with the Bucks. He remains sidelined with an ankle injury.
Gasol (ankle) has been ruled out for Game 2 against the Celtics on Tuesday.
Gasol remains on the bench while tending to a left ankle issue. He hasn't taken the court in over a month, so even if he is cleared to play this postseason, his contributions figure to be limited.
Gasol (ankle) is expected to be out a month as he tends to a left ankle injury, Malika Andrews of ESPN reports.
Gasol has only played in three games since joining the Bucks and has missed the last six contests due to the ankle injury. With Nikola Mirotic (thumb) out for two-to-four weeks as well, Milwaukee will have to rely heavily on Brook Lopez, D.J. Wilson and Ersan Ilyasova in the front court to close out the regular season. Look for more updates on Gasol's status to come as the playoffs near.
Gasol (ankle) is out Friday against the Heat.
Left ankle soreness will keep the veteran sidelined for a sixth straight contest. His next chance to play arrives Sunday against the Cavaliers.
Gasol is out Wednesday against the Cavaliers due to left ankle soreness, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Gasol hasn't appeared in the past four games for the Bucks, though his role has been relatively minimal even when he does take the court. His next chance to play is Friday against the Heat.
Gasol will not play Tuesday against the Lakers.
It's not exactly clear why Gasol will be sitting out the contest versus the Lakers on Tuesday, as no injury news or rest reasons have surfaced just yet. For now though, it's likely that the veteran will likely be able to play against the Cavaliers on Wednesday if needed.
Gasol will be available to make his Bucks debut Monday in Phoenix, Bucks radio voice Ted Davis reports.
Gasol opted to sign with the Bucks last week, and the team made the transaction official over the weekend after a buyout was completed with the Spurs. The six-time All-Star is not expected to be a major factor for one of the league's deepest teams, but he'll add experience and depth at center as the Bucks prepare to face off against other Eastern Conference contenders with high-end talent at the position. In 27 games for the Spurs, Gasol averaged 4.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 12.2 minutes per game.
Gasol is planning on signing with the Bucks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
After being bought out by the Spurs, the 38-year-old and two-time NBA champion Gasol will opt to make a playoff run with Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks. He'll slot in behind Brook Lopez at center and should see around the same 12.2 minutes per night he was garnering with the Spurs. Gasol has shot 42.2 percent from beyond the arc on 1.3 attempts per game since the 2015-16 season.
Gasol and the Spurs have agreed to a contract buyout, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
As a result of being let go prior to the playoff eligibility waiver deadline, Gasol is free to join another team for a playoff run. The two-time NBA Champion and four-time All-NBA selection has seen his workload reduced greatly in what is his age 38 campaign. Seeing 12.2 minutes per game across 27 appearances, Gasol has averaged 4.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.9 assists while shooting 46.6 percent from the field and going 5-of-10 from distance. It seems unlikely he'll see a huge boost in minutes wherever he lands, so his fantasy value probably won't increase significantly. In San Antonio, Jakob Poeltl should slide into an amplified role.
Gasol tallied six points (3-6 FG), four rebounds, and four assists in 15 minutes during Saturday's 113-108 win over the Pelicans.
Gasol mustered an impressive performance against the Pelicans for the second time in the last five games. However, the three tilts in between these recent bouts with the Pelicans saw Gasol repeatedly limited to single-digit minutes (18 minutes combined). The 38-year-old veteran is averaging fewer minutes per game than Jakob Poeltl, and neither holds consistent value in most leagues.
Gasol will come off the bench Tuesday against the Suns, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.
Gasol has drawn six starts over the past nine games, but coach Gregg Popovich will opt to go small against the Suns. Davis Bertans will get the nod as a result.
Gasol will start at center Saturday against the Pelicans, Tom Osborn of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
With DeMar DeRozan (knee) out, coach Gregg Popovich will opt to go big, starting Gasol next to LaMarcus Aldridge. In four previous starts, Gasol has averaged 1.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist across 13.0 minutes.
Gasol will draw a spot start on Friday against the Timberwolves, Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic reports.
With DeMar DeRozan a late scratch, Gasol will be inserted into the starting five alongside LaMarcus Aldridge. In three starts this season, Gasol has averaged 1.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.0 block in 13.7 minutes.
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