Marc Gasol (foot) will not play in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Marc Gasol (foot) still does not have medical clearance, according to a report from Marca.com.
Marc Gasol (foot) said he expects to run on a low-gravity treadmill in the near future.
In an interview with Spanish newspaper As, Marc Gasol (foot) said it's unlikely that he will play in the Olympics.
The Grizzlies reportedly met with Spurs assistant coach James Borrego on Sunday to discuss their vacant head coaching job.
Marc Gasol's rehab from a fractured right foot is "on schedule."
Marc Gasol (right foot) has begun walking without the assistance of crutches.
The Grizzlies are reportedly optimistic regarding Marc Gasol's recovery from a fractured right foot, and believe that as long as he takes his recovery seriously, that this won't be a career-altering injury.
Marc Gasol (foot) had a successful surgery to repair non-displaced Type II fracture of the navicular bone in his right foot, according to Chris Herrington of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace said that the team is still in "fact-finding mode" regarding Marc Gasol's (foot) injury, and they have yet to release an official timeline for Gasol's return.
Marc Gasol (broken right foot) is expected to miss 4-6 months, according to Spanish site Marca.
Marc Gasol reportedly has a broken right foot and will be out indefinitely.
Marc Gasol is dealing with a right mid-foot sprain and will not return to Monday's game vs. the Blazers.
Marc Gasol (foot) limped to the locker room during Monday's game vs. the Blazers after fighting for a loose ball.