While Gasol met with Thunder coach Scott Brooks Monday, an ESPN.com report said the team described its chances of acquiring Gasol as a "long shot."
Meanwhile, a tweet from Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski indicated that Oklahoma City is one of two teams in the lead for Gasol.
Gasol averaged 17.4 points and 9.7 rebounds in 60 games for the Lakers last season. The four-time All-Star center is one of of the highest profile free agents left on the market and is reportedly seeking a contract worth $10 to 12 million annually.
League source tells me the Thunder, once confident they had a legit chance at Pau, now consider it a long shot to land Gasol — Dave McMenamin (@mcten) July 8, 2014