Pau Gasol, who felt a "pop" in his right foot in Tuesday's win over the Nets, could be out at least a month if the MRI reveals that he tore his plantar fascia.
He'll undergo an MRI on Wednesday in Boston. Gasol has been battling plantar fasciitis all season, and tearing the plantar fascia would put him out of commission for about a month or so. There are three degrees of tears, and given Gasol left the arena on crutches, it doesn't look like we're going to see him on the floor at any point soon. Earl Clark and Metta World Peace are locked in as must-own, must-start players, while Antawn Jamison, who played 37 minutes on Tuesday, will also see extended run.