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Fantasy Update

Jan 23, 2015
Rotoworld
Rudy Gay was ejected in the first half for two technical fouls during Friday's game against the Warriors.
Rotoworld Jan 23, 2015

Rudy Gay ejected for two technical fouls - Rudy Gay (F) Sacramento Kings

Rudy Gay was ejected in the first half for two technical fouls during Friday's game against the Warriors.
Sactown Royalty Jan 22, 2015

Kings struggling to pull themselves out of adversity

The Kings dropped their fifth game in a row Wednesday night. DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay said the team is having troubling handling adversity. The Sacramento Kings have faced their fair share of adversity this season, and the team's fifth loss in a row Wednesday night to the lowly Brooklyn Nets just adds to the long list of their recent struggles. Adversity is something that the Kings' two marquee players, DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay, say the team has had trouble dealing with. Cousins was asked after the 103-100 loss to the Nets if he could pinpoint what the main issue is with the Kings...
Rotoworld Jan 17, 2015

Williams starts for injured Rudy Gay in loss - Derrick Williams (F) Sacramento Kings

Derrick Williams started for injured Rudy Gay (knee) in the Kings' 95-83 home loss to the Heat, scoring 10 points on 5-of-11 shooting with six rebounds and one steal in 33 minutes.
Sactown Royalty Jan 16, 2015

Omri Casspi set to make his return tonight, but Rudy Gay and Carl Landry will sit out

Omri Casspi has missed 13 of the last 18 games as he's dealt with a knee contusion, but after participating in his first full practice in a while yesterday, Casspi has been upgraded as probable for tonight's game against the Miami Heat.  Casspi, when healthy, has been one of Sacramento's best bench players this season, averaging 7.9 points on 53.2% from the field to go along with 3.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists a game. The Kings will need Casspi's help because they will be without the services of both Rudy Gay and Carl Landry.  Both Gay and Landry were hurt in Tuesday's game against the...
Sactown Royalty Jan 13, 2015

Rudy Gay leaves game against Mavericks with left knee strain

Sacramento's Rudy Gay injured his knee late in the first quarter of tonight's game against the Dallas Mavericks.  The Kings later said that it was a left knee strain and that he would not be returning to action.  Gay had 4 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists before leaving the game. The Kings have a couple nights off before they have to play again, so hopefully the injury is minor and Gay won't have to miss much time, if any.  He was able to leave the court of his own volition, albeit with a slight limp.  Still, you don't want to mess around with knee injuries, so take as long as you need...

Farewell Sweet Prince: Lamentayshauns

A look back at Tayshaun Prince's tenure in Memphis. Tayshaun Prince had an up and down tenure in Memphis. Replacing (not on the court, but in the minds of some fans) Rudy Gay was a difficult task. After being traded to Memphis it was obvious the Grizzlies had made the right decision. His defense and rebounding have been key in playoff series. Shooting the ball has been a struggle over the past few years, but he overcame that with thunderous dunks and a semi successful post up game. It may have been an up and down few years for Prince, but I don't think anyone could have imagined the success...
Grand Rapids Press Jan 2, 2015
Ask David: As Detroit Pistons continue to surge, Josh Smith/Rudy Gay parallel drawn

Ask David: As Detroit Pistons continue to surge, Josh Smith/Rudy Gay parallel drawn

The common characteristics when different teams have dumped Smith and Gay are striking, and is the topic of one segment of this week's Q&A with MLive Pistons beat writer David Mayo.

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Kings Player News

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    Kings struggling to pull themselves out of adversity

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