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different reaction. It would have been difficult for him to do his job without it.” Lakers veterans Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol openly questioned D’Antoni’s strategy during the season, which LeGarie appeared to reference in his comments
held April 21. – Lakers forward Pau Gasol expressed his concern about his team’s offense ..... t that D’Antoni disagreed with Gasol ’s assertion that there were “too many ..... actions,” but he didn’t care for Gasol sharing his opinion with the media. “I think
dropped a triple-double on the Celtics on Sunday in Sacramento. Get on the phone with Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak about Pau Gasol . But I’m here to tell you that’s not what the Celtics should be thinking. The Celtics should ask Kevin Garnett to
different ways.” The rumors surrounding Rajon Rondo and Pau Gasol haven’t gone away, especially out here where they made ..... Times, but the Celtics are still denying them. Sure, Gasol would help them now but it doesn’t make sense in the bigger picture that
played an inspired game, limiting Pau Gasol to 13 points on 11 shots and scoring 17 points ..... Later that year, the Lakers added Gasol and the race was on. They met twice ..... thought. The Lakers may be trading Gasol , although the only thing certain about
m not real happy with it. In this case, and in the [ Pau ] Gasol case, that’s two already I haven’t been real happy with. There’s no truth to it. The Gasol rumor was even crazier. I don’t know where it came from
88-87, because they couldn’t keep Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum off the boards – the duo ..... left the rest of the floor open for Gasol and Bynum to do their thing. “Rebounding ..... post-game flight to Toronto looming. Gasol , Bynum and Bryant all worked
Center . Brooks shot 7-for-11 from the field, joining a balanced offensive attack that featured six Lakers (including Pau Gasol , who scored 16 in his first game since Jan. 31) in double digits. Though the Celtics entered the fourth quarter with
decision to skip the 2016 Olympics . “I’ll go an spectate,” he said, adding: “Maybe I’ll go watch [ Pau ] Gasol win another silver.” – Jamaica has a team in the bobsled event at the upcoming Sochi Olympics — rekindling memories of
dashed into the lane, flashed his patented fake-behind-the-back pass and finished a layup over Lakers 7-footer Pau Gasol . Three more easy baskets followed shortly after. “ I felt pretty good,” Rondo said. “ When I got back in the second
return of their revered point guard. Pau Gasol led the Lakers (15-25) with 24 points ..... Boston up by eight with 4:11 left. Gasol dominates: The only guy on a shockingly ..... that Boston needed to control was Gasol . The Celtics failed to do that. Gasol eviscerated
Kobe Bryant , and sitting starters Pau Gasol and Steve Nash in the fourth quarter, the Lakers ..... what he was. Then you’ve got Gasol – who I think is a premier big man — but he plays ..... to get you 15-20 a night besides Gasol and Kobe
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