HOW TO PROCEED WITH PAU
Pau Gasol has missed the past few games, ailing from tendinitis in both knees and a bruised ego. He could return for Sunday's game, but injuries, and even playing time, aren't the only causes for concern with Gasol.
Ever since the start of last season when Andrew Bynum was able to secure big minutes at center, Gasol has been playing out of position for the Lakers, and his numbers have steadily declined as a result. He was still able to have a top-30 fantasy season last year because of how steep the drop-off in talent on that Lakers team was after Kobe Bryant, Bynum, and Gasol. This year, however, Metta World Peace is in the best shape he's been in since his days in Indiana; Antawn Jamison is thriving in coach Mike D'Antoni's system; and Jordan Hill's hustle and rebounding have forced the coaches to give him playing time at the four and the five. With more talent on the roster, especially in the frontcourt, there have been fewer oppo You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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