PHOTO: Pau Gasol Posts Picture Of PRP Shot In Groin Injury

Pau Gasol

After re-aggravating a groin injury in the loss to the Charlotte Bobcats, Pau Gasol will miss the current three-game road trip against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Cleveland Cavaliers and Philadelphia 76ers.

Despite suffering another injury and dealing with trade rumors once again, Gasol appears to be in good spirits. Few have been able to deal with constant trade rumors with Gasol’s kind of class and professionalism while keeping positive throughout the process.

This time around Gasol must deal with the trade rumors involving a potential deal to send him to the Phoenix Suns while being injured and unable to help his team on the floor.

On Monday night, Gasol took to his Instagram account to show the fans part of the process he’s going through to heal the groin injury with a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) shot:

Today I got a PRP shot to help the healing of my groin injury. I will work hard to be back with the team as soon as possible. Hoy me han puesto una inyección de PRP para ayudarme con la recuperación de mi lesión en mi aductor. Trabajaré duro para volver a estar con mis compañeros lo antes posible. #Dedication #Dedicación


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