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The Los Angeles Lakers lost Pau Gasol for at least 6-8 weeks, but were able to bring Dwight Howard back into the starting lineup. Unfortunately it mattered little as the Boston Celtics had their way with an exasperated squad.
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The Lakers doctors have confirmed that Pau Gasol has suffered a plantar fascia tear and will be out a minimum 6-8 weeks.
Dwight Howard will return to the Lakers' starting lineup in Boston tonight after missing the last three games due to his shoulder injury.
With the roster taking another now that Pau Gasol will be out for an extended period Mike D'Antoni tells Mark Medina that he will meet with Mitch Kupchak Sunday in Miami to discuss personnel.
While Pau Gasol meets with team doctors in Los Angeles, Dr. Neal M. Blitz indicates that it's unlikely Gasol will require surgery on his torn plantar fascia. In fact, a tear may have been the best outcome possible.