The Los Angeles Lakers’ Pau Gasol will start tonight’s game against the Charlotte Bobcats after being out since Dec. 3 with tendinitis in his knees, according to the team’s website.
Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol of the Los Angeles Lakers both are out indefinitely with injuries, the latest setback for a team that’s lost four of its past five games and is 15-18 overall.
Kevin Durant scored a game-high 30 points as the U.S. beat Spain 107-100 to successfully defend the men’s basketball gold medal at the London Olympics.
Idiotic. Absolutely nuts. Never seen anything like it.
In the U.S., where there’s always sizeable skepticism about soccer, even the vuvuzelas will be missed. Yup, even them.
The Los Angeles Lakers, pushed out of the National Basketball Association spotlight by LeBron James and the Miami Heat the past few seasons, are poised to return with a revamped roster and a television deal worth $3 billion.
Here's what you missed this weekend in sports.
The National Basketball Association rejected the trade of guard Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers from the league-owned New Orleans Hornets after at least one team owner criticized the deal.
"We have a very powerful team now."
- Pau Gasol on Aug 10, 2012