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MADRID -- Former NBA player Marc Gasol will play for Girona, the club he founded in the second division of Spanish basketball, he announced Thursday.
Marc Gasol has been waived by the Memphis Grizzlies in September and since, his future steps have not been revealed. There have been reports linking him to his own Girona of the Spanish second division, though nothing concrete to date. (Source: www.eurohoops.net)
World champion and NBA basketball player Marc Gasol brought some stardust to proceedings at the Sports Tomorrow Congress (WOM+N) 2021 on Thursday
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Sep 10 2021Traded to Memphis (MEM) from Los Angeles (LAL) with 2024 2nd round pick and cash for Wang Zhelin
Gasol will return home to play for Girona of LEB Oro, which is the second division of Spanish basketball. The big man is the team's owner and founder. (Source: bleacherreport.com)
As expected, veteran center Marc Gasol has announced that he’ll resume his playing career with Girona, a team based in Catalonia, Spain (video link). Gasol is also the owner and president of the franchise, which plays in the LEB Oro, Spain’s second league. (Source: www.hoopsrumors.com)
clutchpoints.com)Former NBA Champion Marc Gasol says he’s not yet willing to retire from basketball and has thoughts of making a return to the court.
The Los Angeles Lakers traded Marc Gasol, a 2024 second-round pick and cash ($250,000) to Memphis on Friday.
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