12:38 AM EDT, Wed September 03, 2014
Blog a Bull 14 hours ago
Team USA had some struggles in its last game against Turkey before pulling away late in the contest. Derrick Rose was, um, not too good, but he played and made it through the second game of a back-to-back! Silver linings! New Zealand is up next at 10:30 p.m. CT today on ESPN2. New Zealand lost to the Dominican Republic by 13, although they did play Turkey tough on the first day of World Cup play. New Zealand doesn't have any NBA players with Steven Adams not on the roster, so Team USA will have an overwhelming talent advantage. In other news, Pau Gasol absolutely murdered Brazil's monster...
Straight Outta Vancouver Sep 1, 2014
Pau Gasol finishes with 26 points, 9 rebounds and 3 blocks as Spain ease to a 19 point win in their toughest game of the tournament to date. Another fine performance from Pau Gasol would see Spain come out on top against a Brazil side that could have caused them trouble with the strength of their roster. Brazil would score the first 2 points of the opening quarter, before Rubio finds Marc Gasol in the paint who finishes close to the rim and draws the foul, he would then convert the free throw which would set Spain on route to a 15-2 run in the opening minutes. In the first quarter Pau would...
Spurs Nation | San Antonio Express-News Sep 1, 2014
Tiago Splitter and Brazil proved no match for mighty Spain, which romped 82-63 in Day 3 of the FIBA World Cup behind 26 points from Pau Gasol.
Rotoworld Sep 1, 2014
Pau Gasol put on a show during Spain's trouncing of Brazil, going for 26 points, nine rebounds, three blocks, three 3-pointers, and two assists.
Oklahoman Aug 17, 2014
By Darnell MayberryArron Afflalo went from Orlando to Denver via trade in late June. Fans grumbled. C.J. Miles left Cleveland for Indiana early in the free agency period. Observers complained. Vince Carter ditched Dallas for Memphis. People panicked. Pau Gasol then got away, going from the Lakers to Chicago, and Mike Miller decided he would leave Memphis to again play with LeBron James, this time in Cleveland. That’s about when this offseason was deemed a disappointment for the Thunder by many. But has it been? Now that the majority of player movement has concluded, it’s time to take...