L.A. Daily News "In one corner, Dwight Howard stands as what the Lakers hope to become their next franchise player. Yet, Howard has maintained he’s going to keep his options open once he becomes an unrestricted free agent on July 1, marking the beginning of a series of courtships. In another corner, Pau Gasol..." June 04
L.A. Daily News "Before a group of screaming fans yelling his name, Pau Gasol asked them a simple question that sent them into a louder frenzy. "Do you want to be on my team?" Gasol asked. He uttered those words Monday at the Boys & Girls Club in downtown Los Angeles to mark the beginning of his self-named..." June 04
L.A. Daily News "After having a procedure Thursday to reduce the soreness surrounding the tendonosis in both of his knees, Pau Gasol is expected to need 12 weeks to recover before participating in any basketball-related activities. "Everything has gone well!" Gasol tweeted Thursday. "Now I'll have to rest my..." May 10
ESPN.com "Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol will undergo a procedure Thursday to address the tendonosis in both of his knees, the team announced Wednesday. The procedure, known as the FAST (Focused Aspiration of Scar Tissue) Technique, involves a probe being inserted into the knee which "directs..." May 09
ESPN.com "Pau Gasol left his exit meeting with general manager Mitch Kupchak on Tuesday with an increased sense that he may very well have played his last game with the Lakers. “The future is uncertain,” Gasol said. “There’s no doubt about it. It’s a possibility that I could be gone and there’s a..." May 01
LA Kings Insider "Before settling into his seat in front of a horde of microphones and cameras, Kobe Bryant entered the Lakers’ media room on a scooter. It personified his progress as he’s slowly but surely progressed from a season-ending torn left Achilles. Nearly 2 ½ weeks have passed since suffering what he..." May 01
Pau told and showed me yesterday he tore a ligament in his right middle finger in Game 3. He plans to wear a splint today.
L.A. Daily News "This underachieving season has worn on Pau Gasol in every way imaginable. In what he described as a “roller coaster,” Gasol navigated plenty of highs and lows. He faced reduced offensive role under Mike D’Antoni’s system. The Lakers coach even featured Gasol as a reserve for six games. Of..." April 27
Fox Sports West "As the Lakers prepare for the opening game of the first round playoff series against the Spurs, Pau Gasol gave an update on the team as they head to San Antonio. It seemed like a normal tweet from Gasol, until former Lakers head coach Phil Jackson came across it. Jackson took a shot at..." April 22
L.A. Daily News "Once practice ended, two scenarios played out that show how the Lakers have tried to adapt without Kobe Bryant leading them. While the Lakers' star had surgery to treat a torn left Achilles tendon at a nearby hospital Saturday afternoon, Dwight Howard gathered his teammates together and..." April 17
Source: Don't be surprised if Pau Gasol is coming off the bench at Minnesota on Wednesday after the Lakers went 0-2 upon his return.
L.A. Daily News "They're back. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol are expected to return to the lineup for today's home game against Washington. Bryant missed the past two games because of a severe left ankle sprain and flu, and Gasol has missed 20 games with a foot injury. "Right now I'm just looking forward to..." March 22
SportingNews.com "Los Angeles Lakers stars Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, testing their injuries in today’s practice, could return to game action Friday when LA hosts the Washington Wizards. "Hopefully Kobe and Pau will be back Friday, hopefully, and then we can start going forward with everybody that we need to..." March 21
Los Angeles Times "When the Lakers host the Washington Wizards on Friday, the team may finally have as close to a full roster as it has had all season. After the Lakers practiced Wednesday, Coach Mike D'Antoni said he expects Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol to play against the Wizards. "Hopefully Kobe and Pau will..." March 21
L.A. Daily News "Although an ultrasound taken Tuesday on the torn plantar fascia of his right foot showed it has continuously healed, Pau Gasol doesn't have a firm return date. Gasol has nursed his foot injury for the past six weeks, and his rehab remains on track with the Lakers' initial timetable that he..." March 20
L.A. Daily News "Just when it appeared they could give Kobe Bryant some peace of mind as he heals from a sprained left ankle, the Lakers allowed other problems to emerge. The Lakers' 99-76 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Monday marked a season low in total offense and a lost opportunity to move ahead in the playoff..." March 19
Los Angeles Times "The wait for Pau Gasol continues. After his plans to play against Phoenix on Monday had to be scrapped because he experienced soreness in his recovering right foot, the veteran Lakers forward said Sunday he was no longer publicly targeting a specific game for his return. "I don't want to put..." March 18
L.A. Daily News "Pau Gasol still remained in jovial spirits despite the news surrounding his return. The additional pain Gasol sensed in his right foot after playing a game of two-on-two Saturday will keep him sidelined when the Lakers play tonight in Phoenix, a benchmark the Lakers believed only days ago could..." March 18
Pau Gasol (foot), who had soreness after playing 2-on-2 on Sat., is out for at least LAL's SUN/MON games. Ultrasound coming on Tues.
Los Angeles Times "Kobe Bryant is doubtful for Sunday's game against Sacramento, the Lakers said, and it was only the first half of an unsettling injury report. Pau Gasol experienced soreness in his right foot while playing a two-on-two game at the team's training facility Saturday. He will see foot specialist..." March 16
L.A. Daily News "As he completed another basketball workout, Pau Gasol seemed in good spirits. That's because Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said it's possible Gasol will play Sunday against Sacramento, but more likely Monday when the Lakers travel to Phoenix. D'Antoni also suggested he will use Gasol..." March 16
D'Antoni: Pau Gasol will be back Sunday vs. Sacramento or more likely Mon vs. Phoenix. He's been out since Feb. 5 w/ tear in right foot.
Los Angeles Times "The trade deadline passed a few weeks ago, but the Lakers will add a significant player to their active roster next week. Pau Gasol will return soon from torn plantar fascia in his right foot. The only game he ruled out was Friday at Indiana. "Everything else is possible. I'm not going to..." March 14
Silver Screen And Roll "Pau Gasol has been out of action since tearing his plantar fascia for four entire weeks, but the Los Angeles Lakers' big man is getting closer to his return, and hopes to participate in running drills after the Lakers finish their road trip Wednesday night against the New Orleans Hornets, via Mark..." March 06
L.A. Daily News "Lakers forward Pau Gasol told this newspaper he plans to seek medical clearance to participate in running drills once the Lakers return Thursday from a two-game trip. Gasol has missed 12 games in the past month since tearing the plantar fascia of his right foot. At the team's morning..." March 06
L.A. Daily News "Assuming he doesn’t experience any setbacks, Pau Gasol plans to seek medical clearance to participate in running drills once the Lakers returns Thursday from a two-day trip that includes stops in Oklahoma City (tonight) and New Orleans (Wednesday). When the Lakers (30-3) play the Oklahoma City..." March 05
Orange County Register "Pau Gasol has made progress in his return from a torn plantar fascia in his right foot when he was cleared Tuesday to start working out. Gasol got the green light to start using an elliptical machine from Dr. Steven Yoon after having an ultrasound on his foot. Despite the news, Coach Mike..." February 28
L.A. Daily News "As if the Lakers can absorb more bad news. Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni suggested Pau Gasol won't return in the regular season after nursing torn plantar fascia in his right foot for the past three weeks. "By the time he gets back, we'll be in or out," D'Antoni said. "His impact will be in the..." February 25
The Nuggets are NOT trading Iguodala for Gasol, I've been told.
Kupchak said Pau Gasol would not be traded "today or tomorrow" but did not rule out a trade in the off-season.
SportingNews.com "Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol has reaffirmed that he won’t have surgery on his torn plantar fascia in his right foot and expects to be out a minimum of six to eight weeks with the injury, the Los Angeles Times reported. Gasol rejoined the team Monday at practice in Los Angeles. The..." February 12
Orange County Register "Pau Gasol is projected to miss a minimum of six to eight weeks because of the torn plantar fascia in his right foot. Gasol was examined Thursday in Los Angeles. If he makes it back to action in seven weeks, he'd have nine regular-season games left before the NBA playoffs -- if the Lakers..." February 08
L.A. Daily News "Pau Gasol's worst fears became reality. The forward will be out indefinitely after suffering a tear of the plantar fascia of his right foot in Tuesday's win in Brooklyn. "I'm hoping to recover asap so I can be back with the team and keep fighting until the end of the season," tweeted Gasol,..." February 07
Los Angeles Times "Lakers forward Pau Gasol will be sidelined for an indefinite period after sustaining a tear of the plantar fascia in his right foot. Gasol suffered the injury in Tuesday's game against Brooklyn. Gasol had an MRI in Boston Wednesday on his right foot and will fly back to Los Angeles on..." February 06
Orange County Register "The sore plantar fascia Pau Gasol has been managing since Christmas worsened lately but then actually improved the past two days. Then he said he tweaked it early in the game Tuesday, and it got worse and worse as the game went on, which he said limited his ability to finish moves or shots as he..." February 06
Mike D'Antoni on Pau Gasol: "He's hurt and he's going to be out for a while." (1050 ESPN Radio) #Lakers
SB Nation "The Los Angeles Lakers will be without Pau Gasol for at least six weeks as he recovers from a partially-torn fascia, according to Ken Berger of CBS Sports. Berger further reports that Gasol could have several options in recovering from the injury suffered in a win against the Brooklyn Nets on..." February 06
Gasol update won't be 'til late afternoon.
Bleacher Report "Pau Gasol has made it clear that he won't request a trade from the Los Angeles Lakers this season. Beyond this year, he makes no such promises. In an extensive interview with the Los Angeles Times' T.J. Simers, Gasol dished on a number of Lakers-related tidbits, none more important than his..." February 05
L.A. Daily News "It pains Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio to see from a distance how the Lakers have treated Pau Gasol, his close friend and teammate on the Spanish national team. The nixed Chris Paul trade, endless trade rumors and a recent bench role led Rubio to make one damning conclusion on how the Lakers..." February 02
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Timberwolves point guard Ricky Rubio doesn't understand why his good friend Pau Gasol, a four-time NBA all-star who has helped the Los Angeles Lakers win two championships, is suddenly not good enough to start. Asked if the Lakers have been fair with Gasol, Rubio said, "I don't think..." February 01
L.A. Daily News "Lakers center Dwight Howard's absence coincided with Pau Gasol scoring 16 of his 23 points in the second half mostly in the post. "We got a lot of easy things down there," Bryant said. "We'll start seeing that more often." Gasol hopes so. He started against Toronto after D'Antoni..." January 21
Orange County Register "The news regarding Lakers forward Pau Gasol's status wasn't bad, but it wasn't altogether good either. Gasol, who suffered a concussion in the loss against Denver, was examined by Dr. Vern Williams on Thursday and although he has shown improvement, according to the Lakers, he was not cleared to..." January 11
L.A. Daily News "Although Pau Gasol is showing "improvement" from a concussion he suffered this week, the Lakers haven't cleared him for basketball-related activities. The Lakers forward saw neurologist Dr. Vern Williams on Thursday on the team's day off, and will do so again this morning in hopes he can play..." January 11
Silver Screen And Roll "Take a deep breath... wait for it... ahhhh... the smell of fresh trades in the air. With the December 15th restrictions being lifted on newly signed free agents from this past off-season, SB Nation NBA decided it would be the perfect time to roll out another one of our theme days. This time?..." December 19
Orange County Register "Pau Gasol received a warm welcome Tuesday from the sold-out Staples Center crowd, and the Lakers no doubt were equally as glad to see him back in the lineup after missing the past eight games because of tendinitis in both knees. Gasol scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had five assists..." December 19
L.A. Daily News "He's baaaaaack for the Lakers. Not Steve Nash. This was the return of Pau Gasol. Having Gasol back and in a good place, mentally and physically, is ultra important to the Lakers. The Lakers are getting all the pieces of their puzzle back together, with Nash expected back by..." December 19
L.A. Daily News "The Lakers almost looked whole again Monday. Pau Gasol and Steve Nash practiced with their teammates, with Gasol saying he might play in tonight's game against the Charlotte Bobcats at Staples Center and Nash saying he might be ready to return to the active roster for the Christmas Day game..." December 18
L.A. Daily News "Pau Gasol has remained out of the Lakers lineup for so long that he's mastered the terminology used in injury reports. After reporting zero setbacks in the knee tendinitis that has sidelined him for more than a week, Gasol considered himself "probable" to return Dec. 22 against the Golden State..." December 15