Pau Gasol Background

Pau

Gasol

Height: 7-0

Weight: 275

DOB: 7/6/80

Prior to NBA: F.C. Barcelona

NBA Years: 13

NBA Championships (2)

NBA Trophy
NBA Trophy

NBA All-Star (4)

NBA All Star
NBA All Star
NBA All Star
NBA All Star

All-NBA Second Team (1)

'11

All-NBA Third Team (2)

'09
'10

OLYMPIC MEDALS (2 SILVER)

Olympic Silver Medal
Olympic Silver Medal

HOW ACQUIRED:

Acquired by the Lakers along with a future second round draft pick from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Aaron McKie, the draft rights to Marc Gasol and two future first round picks on February 1, 2008.


2012-13 Season:

Appeared in 49 games (42 starts), averaging 13.7 points, 8.6 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 0.49 steals and 1.24 blocks in 33.8 minutes … Recorded 15 double-doubles and two triple-doubles on the year … Scored 20+ points seven times … Grabbed 10+ rebounds 16 times and 20+ rebounds once … Handed out 10+ assists three times … Posted 23 points, 13 rebounds and six assists 10/30 vs. Dallas … Scored 15,000th career point (17 points) 11/18 vs. Houston ( 10th foreign born player to reach 15,000 points; 17th NBA player ever to record 15,000 points, 7,000 rebounds, 2,000 assists and 1,000 blocks) … Recorded 17 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists 11/20 vs. Brooklyn … Scored 25 points 1/20 at Toronto … Recorded 22 points and 12 rebounds 2/1 at Minnesota … Posted 23 points and 10 rebounds 2/3 at Detroit … Totaled 12 points and 10 assists 3/30 at Sacramento … Tallied 14 points, 10 rebounds and six assists 4/2 vs. Dallas … Totaled 12 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists 4/7 at LA Clippers … Tallied 22 points and 11 rebounds 4/9 vs. New Orleans … Recorded 23 points, seven rebounds and nine assists 4/10 at Portland … Posted 6th career triple-double with a season-high 26 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists 4/12 vs. Golden State … Tallied 7 points and 16 rebounds 4/14 vs. San Antonio … Posted 7th career triple-double with 17 points, a season-high 20 rebounds and a season-high 11 assists 4/17 vs. Houston … Missed 33 total games due to injury: eight games with tendinitis, left and right knees (12/4-12/16), five games with a concussion ( 1/8-1/15) and 20 games with a torn plantar fascia, right foot (2/7-3/18) ... In four playoff games (all starts), averaged 14.0 points and 11.5 rebounds in 36.4 minutes ... Recorded first career playoff triple double with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists 4/26 vs. San Antonio.

Career

Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol #16 of the Los Angeles Lakers handles the ball against Dirk Nowitzki #41 of the Dallas Mavericks on November 5, 2013 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Drafted by Atlanta in the first round (third overall) of the 2001 NBA Draft … Draft rights traded to Memphis along with Lorenzen Wright and Brevin Knight for Shareef Abdur-Rahim on 6/27/01 … Acquired by the Lakers along with a future 2nd round draft pick from the Grizzlies in exchange for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Aaron McKie, the draft rights to Marc Gasol and two future first round picks on 2/1/08 ... Two-time NBA Champion (2009, 2010) ... 4-time NBA All-Star (2006, 2009, 2010, 2011) ... Three-time All-NBA selection (Second Team in 2011; Third Team in 2009 and 2010) ... Recipient of the 2011-12 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award ... Recipient of the inaugural season-long Kia Community Assist Award (2011-12) in recognition of outstanding efforts in the community and ongoing philanthropic and charitable work ... Named 2008, 2009 and 2010 European Player of the Year by La Gazzetta dello Sport ... Western Conference Player of the Month (February 2009) ... 7-time Western Conference Player of the Week (weeks ending 10/31/10, 3/22/10, 2/22/09, 2/8/09, 3/26/06, 3/2/06, 1/2/05) ... 2006 FIBA World Championships Gold Medalist with Spain (MVP of tournament) ... Led Spain to silver medals in the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympic games ... Led Spain to its first ever European gold medal at the 2009 Eurobasket championships (MVP of tournament) and helped them repeat as champions again in 2011 ... 2002 NBA Rookie of the Year and All-Rookie First Team member ... 4th player ever to go straight from Europe to the NBA and score 10,000 points … Grabbed 7,000th career rebound 2/20/12 vs. Portland … Scored 15,000th career point (17 points) 11/18/12 vs. Houston (10th foreign born player to reach 15,000 points; 17th NBA player ever to record 15,000 points, 7,000 rebounds, 2,000 assists and 1,000 blocks) ... Posted 2,000th career assist 2/26/10 vs. Philadelphia ... Recorded 1,000th career blocked shot 4/14/09 vs. Utah ... One of six players in NBA history to record at least 21 points, 19 rebounds, eight assists and five blocks in a single game (2/8/10 vs. San Antonio) ... 6th fastest player (among players who debuted since 1973-73 (first season of blocked shots)) to record 13,000 points, 6,000 rebounds, 2,000 assists and 1,000 blocks ... Has posted seven career regular season triple-doubles and 371 double-doubles ... Owns 360 20+ point games, 41 30+ point games, two 40+ point games and 384 10+ rebound games.

2011-12:

Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol #16 of the Los Angeles Lakers drives to the basket during a game against the Atlanta Hawks on November 3, 2013 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.

Appeared in 65 games (65 starts), averaging 17.4 points, 10.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 0.57 steals and 1.35 blocks in 37.4 minutes … Recorded 42 double-doubles and one triple-double on the year … Scored 20+ points 22 times including one 30+ point game … Grabbed 10+ rebounds 42 times … Handed out 10+ assists twice … Ranked among league leaders in scoring (25th/17.4), rebounds (7th/10.4), assists (35th/3.7), FG% (19th/.501), blocks (20th/1.35) and minutes (24th/35.2) … Posted 22 points and a season-high five blocks 12/27 at Utah … Scored 26 points 1/19 at Miami … Scored 14,000th career point 1/20/12 at Orlando ... Scored 28 points (11-15 FG) 1/29 at Minnesota … Posted 13 points and a season-high tying 17 rebounds 2/3 at Denver … Tallied 16 points and a season-high tying 17 rebounds 2/12 at Toronto … Grabbed 7,000th career rebound 2/20/12 vs. Portland … Posted 24 points and a season-high three steals 2/22 at Dallas … Scored 27 points (13-16 FG) 3/21 at Dallas … Totaled 19 points and a season-high tying 17 rebounds 3/27 at Golden State … Posted a season-high 30 points and 13 rebounds 4/7 at Phoenix … Recorded 5th career triple-double with 22 points, 11 rebounds and a season-high 11 assists 4/18 at Golden State … Tallied 20 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists 4/22 vs. Oklahoma City … Missed season finale 4/26 at Sacramento (rest) ... In 12 playoff games (12 starts), averaged 12.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.08 blocks in 37.0 minutes.

2010-11:

All-NBA Second Team ... Western Conference All-Star (reserve) ... Appeared in all 82 games (82 starts), averaging 18.8 points, 10.2 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 0.59 steals and 1.59 blocks in 37.0 minutes … Recorded 43 double-doubles and one triple-double ... Scored 30+ points three times and 20+ points 39 times … Grabbed 10+ rebounds 45 times … Ranked among league leaders in points (23rd/18.8), rebounds (6th/10.2), FG% (12th/.529), blocks (14th/1.59) and minutes (17th/37.0) … Named WC Player of the Week 10/31/10 … Scored 30 points 11/5 vs. Toronto … Recorded 4th career triple-double with 20 points, 14 rebounds and a season-high 10 assists 11/7 vs. Portland … Grabbed a season-high 20 rebounds 11/11 at Denver … Posted 28 points (10-10 FG, 8-8 FT), nine rebounds and five assists 11/21 vs. Golden State, becoming the 3rd player in NBA’s shot clock era to record a perfect shooting night from the field and line (minimum 25 points, five rebounds, five assists) … Recorded 6,000th career rebound 11/23 vs. Chicago … Scored 13,000th point 1/19 at Dallas ... Recorded a season-high 34 points (13-17 FG, 8-9 FT) and 10 rebounds 2/5 at New Orleans … Posted 30 points and a season-high 20 rebounds 2/16 at Cleveland (10th Laker in franchise history to post a 30/20 game) … Appeared in 10 playoff games (10 starts), averaging 13.1 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.70 blocks in 35.8 minutes.

2009-10:

All-NBA Third Team ... Western Conference All-Star (reserve) ... Appeared in 65 games (65 starts), averaging 18.3 points, 11.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.74 blocks in 37.0 minutes … Posted 40 double-doubles ... Totaled 30+ points twice, 20+ points 28 times and 10+ rebounds 40 times … Ranked among league leaders in FG% (11th/.536), blocks (8th/1.74) and minutes (21st/37.0) … Named WC Player of the Week 3/22 … Posted 17 points, 20 rebounds and seven assists 12/11 vs. Minnesota … Totaled 16 points and 20 rebounds 12/12 at Utah … Tallied 24 points and a career high tying 22 rebounds 12/16 at Milwaukee … 6th player in NBA history to post at least 21 points, 19 rebounds, eight assists and five blocks in a single game 2/8 vs. San Antonio … Recorded 2,000th career assist 2/26 vs. Philadelphia … Scored 30 points 3/27 at Houston … Scored 12,000th career point (26 points, career-high tying 22 rebounds) 3/29 at New Orleans ... Scored a season-high 32 points 4/4 vs. San Antonio … Missed 11 games (10/27-11/17) with a right hamstring strain and six games (1/5-1/13) with a strained left hamstring ... Appeared in 23 playoff games (23 starts), averaging 19.6 points, 11.1 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.09 blocks ... Scored game-winning put-back layup in final second 4/30 at Oklahoma City … Posted 25 points and a playoff career-high six blocks 6/6 vs. Boston … Tallied 17 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists 6/15 vs. Boston.

2008-09:

Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol #16 of the Los Angeles Lakers poses with the Larry O'Brien Trophy.

All NBA Third Team ... Western Conference All-Star ... Appeared in 81 games (81 starts), averaging 18.9 points, 9.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.00 blocks in 37.0 minutes … Ranked among league leaders in points (25th/18.9), rebounds (8th/9.6), FG% (5th/.567), blocks (27th/1.00) and minutes (24th/37.0) … Posted 39 20+ point games including six 30+ point games … Recorded 38 10+ rebound games and one 10+ assist game … Posted 37 double-doubles, including one triple-double … Led Lakers in scoring 13 times, in rebounding 43 times, in assists 19 times and in blocks 28 times ... Scored 34 points 11/18 vs. Chicago … Missed only game of the season due to strep throat 12/16 vs. New York … Recorded 33 points and 18 rebounds 1/7 at Golden State … Totaled 31 points and 14 rebounds 2/2 at New York … Tallied 31 points and 15 rebounds 2/4 at Toronto ... Named WC Player of the Week 2/8/09 … Posted 3rd career triple-double with 12 points, 13 rebounds and a season-high 10 assists 2/17 vs. Atlanta … Earned second straight WC Player of the Week 2/22/09 … Named WC Player of the Month for February 2009 … Scored 30 points 3/1 at Phoenix … Posted a season-high 36 points (14-19 FG), 11 rebounds and seven assists 3/27 at New Jersey … Grabbed 5,000th career rebound 3/31 at Charlotte … Totaled 27 points and a season-high 19 rebounds 4/9 vs. Denver … Totaled 11,000th career point and 1,000th career blocked shot 4/14 vs. Utah ... In 23 playoff games (23 starts), averaged 18.3 points (.580 FG%), 10.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.96 blocks in 40.5 minutes.

2007-08:

Appeared in 66 games (66 starts), averaging 18.9 points, 8.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.48 blocked shots in 35.6 minutes ... Ranked among league leaders in FG% (13th/.534) … Posted 20+ points 24 times (12 with Lakers), 30+ points four times (2 with Lakers) and 40+ points once ... Recorded 25 10+ rebound games (7 with Lakers) and 25 double-doubles (7 with Lakers) … Led Lakers four times in scoring (16 overall), twice in rebounding (25 overall) and six times in assists (11 overall) … Tallied 31 points and 13 rebounds 12/22 vs. Philadelphia … Posted 30 points and 12 rebounds 1/2 at Indiana… Totaled a season-high 43 points and 11 rebounds 1/11 at Golden State … Totaled 21 points, a season-high tying 18 rebounds and eight assists 1/13 at LA Lakers … In first game with Lakers, totaled 24 points (10-15 FG) and 12 rebounds 2/5 at New Jersey … Recorded 9,000th career point 2/6 at Atlanta … Scored 30 points 2/8 at Orlando … Posted 31 points and 10 rebounds 3/4 at Sacramento … Tallied 25 points and a season-high nine assists 3/9 vs. Sacramento … Missed one game (2/3) with a sore back and nine games (3/16 - 3/30) with a sprained left ankle ... In 21 playoff games (21 starts), averaged 16.9 points, 9.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.90 blocks in 39.8 minutes ... Posted a playoff career-high 36 points, 16 rebounds and eight assists 4/20 vs. Denver … Grabbed a playoff career-high 19 rebounds 5/29 vs. San Antonio.

2006-07:

Appeared in 59 games, averaging 20.8 points (.538 field goal percentage), 9.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 2.14 blocks, all team-highs ... Missed the first 22 games of the season due to a broken 5th metatarsal in his left foot suffered the FIBA World Championships prior to the season ... Missed one game during the season due to a hamstring injury ... Scored 20+ points 36 times, 30+ points six times, 10+ rebounds 33 times and posted 33 double-doubles ... Led Grizzlies in scoring 26 times, in rebounds 39 times, in blocks 38 times and in assists nine times ... Finished 8th in the NBA in blocks (2.14) and 11th in field goal percentage (.538) ... Became Grizzlies all-time leader in points scored with his 7,809th career point 3/7 at Toronto ... Recorded a season-high 35 points along with 15 rebounds 3/22 vs. LA Lakers ... Grabbed a season-high 17 rebounds 1/22 at Denver and 2/9 vs. Minnesota ... Tied a franchise record and career-high with eight blocks 1/29 vs. Sacramento ... Posted consecutive 30 point games 2/3 vs. Indiana and 2/6 vs. Houston ... Registered 2nd career triple-double with 17 points, 13 rebounds and a career-high tying 12 assists 1/24 at Utah.

2005-06:

Western Conference All-Star (reserve) ... In 80 games (80 starts), averaged 20.4 points, 8.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 1.91 blocked shots in 39.2 minutes ... Totaled 40 20+ point games, 11 30+ point games and one 40+ point game ... Recorded 33 10+ rebound games, 33 double-doubles and one triple-double ... Led team in scoring 40 times, in rebounds 44 times, in assists 39 times and in blocks 49 times ... Twice named the WC Player of the Week: games played 3/20-26 and 2/27-3/2 ... Ranked 19th in the NBA in scoring, 17th in rebounds, 13th in blocks and 11th in minutes ... Scored a franchise record and career-high 44 points 3/28 vs. Seattle ... Became franchise's all-time leading rebounder 3/24 at New York when he grabbed his 3,072nd rebound ... Posted 1st career triple-double with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists 3/8 at Seattle ... Scored 39 points 2/27 vs. Washington ... Hit a buzzer-beater 2/13 at Golden State ... Set a franchise record with 10 straight field goals without a miss 1/10 vs. Sacramento ... Grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds 1/6 vs. Utah ... Tallied 32 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and three blocks in a career-high 56 minutes 12/19 vs. Detroit ... Recorded 36 points, 15 rebounds and five assists 11/26 at Dallas ... Hit a buzzer-beater 11/112 at Atlanta ... Averaged team-highs of 20.3 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.25 blocks and tied for the team lead with 3.0 assists in the four-game playoff series against Dallas.

2004-05:

In 56 games (53 starts), averaged 17.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.66 blocked shots in 32.0 minutes ... Posted 23 games with 20+ points, two games with 30+ points and 14 games with 10+ rebounds ... Recorded 14 double-doubles ... Led the team in scoring 26 times, in rebounds 25 times, in assists twice and in blocks 30 times ... Finished tied for 11th in the NBA in FG% (.514) ... Blocked a season-high six shots 4/8 vs. Miami ... Placed on the injured list 1/25 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, missing 23 games ... Scored 31 points 1/11 vs. Indiana ... Completed a four-point play 1/11 vs. Indiana ... Named WC Player of the Week 1/2 ... Totaled a season-high 34 points and 15 rebounds 12/3 vs. Philadelphia ... Missed three games (11/20-11/24) with a right ankle sprain ... Posted 17 points and a season-high 18 rebounds 11/19 at Sacramento ... Averaged team-highs of 21.3 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.75 blocks during the four-game series in the playoffs against Phoenix ... Tallied 28 points, 16 rebounds and five assists in Game 2.

2003-04:

Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol (C) of Spain compete during the Men's Basketball Preliminary Round match between Spain and Britain on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Basketball Arena on August 2, 2012 in London, England.

In 78 games (78 starts), averaged 17.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.69 blocked shots in 31.5 minutes ... Scored in double figures in 76 of 78 games, had 20+ points 27 times and 30+ points twice ... Posted 24 games with 10+ rebounds and 24, earning a double-double in each of those games ... Led the team in scoring 35 times, in rebounds 36 times and in assists five times ... Ranked 20th in NBA in FG% (.482) and 18th in blocks ... Missed first game of his career due to a sore right foot on 4/5, snapping a string of 240 consecutive games played (6th longest active NBA streak at time) ... Scored 32 points 12/30 vs. Seattle ... Grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds 3/12 vs. LA Clippers ... Totaled 17 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and a career-high eight blocks 2/20 vs. Phoenix ... Scored a season-high 37 points 11/29 at Cleveland ... Scored 3,000th career point 10/31 vs. Boston ... Averaged 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.50 blocked shots in the playoffs.

2002-03:

Appeared in 82 games (82 starrts), averaging 19.0 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.80 blocks in 36.0 minutes ... Ranked among league leaders in FG% (9th/.510), double-doubles (10th/32), rebounds (12th/8.8), blocks (14th/1.80) and scoring (30th/19.0) ... Scored 10+ points 73 times, 20+ points 42 times, and had 10+ rebounds 34 times and 32 double-doubles ... Led Grizzlies in scoring 45 times, rebounds 34 times and tied for the team lead in assists twice ... Tied a season-high with 32 points on three occasions: 1/31 vs. New York, 2/26 at Philadelphia and 3/9 at Toronto ... Tied a season-high with 17 rebounds on four occasions: 12/8 vs. Phoenix, 1/22 at San Antonio, 1/23 vs. Sacramento and 3/3 vs. Boston ... Posted a season-high seven blocked shots 3/26 vs. Phoenix ... Handed out a season-high seven assists twice: 12/10 at Miami and 12/20 vs. Milwaukee ... Totaled 23 points and 17 rebounds 3/3 vs. Boston ... Recorded a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds in the got milk? Rookie Challenge game 2/8 during 2003 NBA All-Star Weekend at Atlanta.

2001-02:

Won the NBA's Rookie of the Year Award and was named to the All-Rookie First Team ... In 82 games (79 starts), averaged 17.6 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.06 blocked shots ... Was the NBA's got milk? Western Conference Rookie of the Month for November, January and March ... Finished 1st among all rookies in scoring, rebounds, blocks, field goal percentage and blocks ... Finished 2nd among rookies in minutes and 8th in assists ... Only Grizzly to play all 82 games ... Led team in scoring 37 times and rebounding 43 times ... Scored in double figures in 72 of 82 games, including 30 games with 20+ points and three games with 30+ points ... Posted 10+ rebounds in 39 games and had 35 double-doubles ... Scored a season-high 32 points to go along with 14 rebounds 4/5 vs. Houston ... Scored 31 points 1/8 vs. Toronto ... Totaled 30 points on 11-14 shooting and 10 rebounds 2/7 at Milwaukee ... Tallied 26 points and a season-high 17 rebounds 1/19 vs. Orlando ... Tallied 18 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists 4/14 at Houston ... Scored 27 points in first NBA start 11/6 at Phoenix.

INTERNATIONAL:

An early entry candidate for the 2001 NBA Draft ... Member of one of the top teams in the ACB (top professional league in Spain) ... Member of teams that won the ACB Championship and Junior World Championship in 1999 ... Playing for Barcelona's junior team, was an integral member of the 1998 Albert Schweitzer Tournament championship team and the 1998 European Junior Championship team ... MVP of the Spanish National Cup (Copa del Rey) after leading team to victory in Malaga, Spain ... Delivered a breakthrough season in 2000-01 as a 20-year-old playing for F.C. Barcelona, appearing in 29 of team’s first 33 games, averaging 11.3 points and 5.2 rebounds in 23.8 minutes.

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Wallpaper: 2013-14

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Infographic: 2012-13 Playoff Race

10/30/12 vs. DAL

Personal

Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol #16 of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrates during the Los Angeles Lakers Championship Parade on June 21, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.
  • Led Spain to silver medals in the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Olympic games
  • Named MVP of the 2006 FIBA World Championships in leading Spain to the gold medal, despite missing the final due to a broken fifth metatarsal in his left foot
  • Played for Spain in the 2004 Olympics, averaging 22.4 ppg, and 7.3 rpg
  • Parents are Marisa, a physician, and father, Agusti, a hospital administrator
  • Has two younger brothers: Adria and Marc, the latter a center for the Grizzlies who played high school basketball at Lausanne in Memphis for two seasons before joining Pau's former team of F.C. Barcelona back in Spain
  • Marc was drafted by the Lakers in the second round of the 2007 NBA Draft and subsequently was involved in the trade bringing Pau to Los Angeles
  • Pau and Marc were teammates on the Spanish national team during the 2006 World Championships and 2008 Beijing Olympics
  • Parents both played 2nd-division basketball in Spain
  • Parents and brothers lived with him in Memphis during his rookie season
  • Speaks three languages: Catalan, Spanish and English
  • Planned to become a doctor and attended a year of medical school at the University of Barcelona at age 18 until pro basketball changed his plans
  • Began playing at the age of seven, and started as a point guard until he was 13
  • First contact with the NBA was at age 12, watching the original Dream Team on television win the 1992 Olympic Gold Medal in Barcelona
  • Ambassador for Spain's UNICEF Committee
  • In summer of 2005, visited South Africa with UNICEF as an ambassador in the fight against AIDS
  • Traveled to Angola in the summer of 2007 with UNICEF where he visited a children's hospital and raised awareness for children with HIV and AIDS
  • Pau has participated in UNICEF and the NBA’s “Unite For Children, Unite Against AIDS Campaign” since its inception in 2006 and is also an ambassador for FAD and the Youth Association “Sonar Despierto”
  • In 2009-10 and 2010-11, participated in the Hoops for St. Jude program (monetary donation for every point scored)
  • In March of 2010, announced a partnership with Childrens Hospital Los Angeles (involved in community outreach initiatives on behalf of hospital and interactions with Orthopaedic patients
  • Along with brother Marc, took part in the NBA’s Basketball without Borders event in Barcelona, Spain in September of 2010.

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