HoopsHype Marc Gasol rumors

February 14, 2014 Updates
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“We want to keep this going and we want to stay together,” Randolph told RealGM. “Me and Marc, we compliment each other so well. It’s hard to play against us, especially when we’re both going on both ends and we’re both down there. My game has matured. I play the right way. I’ve developed. Nothing clicked, I just matured as a player – getting better and helping my teammates.” RealGM

January 14, 2014 Updates

He effortlessly threw down a number of dunks throughout the practice. Gasol said he has experienced nothing but positive reactions from the knee after several workouts. “It’s pain-free,” Gasol said about his knee. “How the knee reacts the day after, you don’t see swelling. You see nothing bad happening. That encourages you to do more and more.” Memphis Commercial Appeal

Gasol said the injury tested his patience more than anything. “It’s been hard for me to be patient and stay in the day-to-day. Sometimes when you look down the road and you still have six weeks to go, you get a little anxious and you want to do more and more and more,” Gasol said. “The knee felt fine. It feels great actually. We never did anything where I said ‘Well, it hurts.’ So the timing has been really good.” Memphis Commercial Appeal

January 13, 2014 Updates
January 6, 2014 Updates

Adding to Monday’s festive mood was a positive update from Joerger on Marc Gasol. The all-star center has been cleared for “light, light on-court action,” following an MRI to evaluate the sprained MCL in his knee that has sidelined him since Nov. 22. Gasol was at practice Monday sporting a black brace on his left knee and he appeared to be in good spirits in the training room. There is no timetable for his return, but that he is on the court at all is a welcomed sign of progress for a team in need of a lasting spark. “He wants to get out there and he wants to help his team,” Joerger said. Memphis Commercial Appeal

December 26, 2013 Updates

With Gay's departure, the Grizzlies' Big Three has morphed into what the team refers to as its Core Four: Gasol, Randolph, Mike Conley and Tony Allen. The plan, according to league sources, is to find ways to maximize those four foundational pieces in the short term while building around Gasol and Conley in the long term. CBSSports.com

December 23, 2013 Updates

The Grizzlies actually got off to a decent start, including a 4-0 road trip in early November, with wins over the Clippers and Warriors. But Memphis' 7-5 beginning was lost after Gasol suffered the Grade 2 medial collateral sprain on Nov. 22. Initially, he was projected to be out up to 10 weeks, but Gasol got off his crutches last week, and now may be back weeks sooner than expected. NBA.com

Chris Vernon: Hearing Marc Gasol could be back in 2 weeks. Marc thinks 10 days, docs leanin 20, so split the difference. Twitter @ChrisVernonShow

December 19, 2013 Updates

While in Memphis on Tuesday to play the Grizzlies, Pau Gasol joined his brother Marc for a visit to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The Lakers forward/center has a long relationship with St. Jude, dating back to his days with the Grizzlies (2001-08). "I [visit] every year at St. Jude," said Gasol on a telephone interview with The Times. "I do it a few times a year here at the children's hospital in L.A." Los Angeles Times

December 18, 2013 Updates

It appears he will not need to walk around with crutches anymore, and that has to be a sight for sore eyes to the Grizzlies Nation. Gasol has a tendency to return as quickly as he can from injuries, so hopefully, he can make a speedy return for the sake of his currently-hopeless team and stop the bleeding before they fall back too far to contend for a playoff spot in the ultra-competitive Western Conference. SheridanHoops

December 17, 2013 Updates

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