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Nov 17, 2014
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The Sacramento Kings have wanted for a long time to lock in Rudy Gay to an extension and Sunday Yahoo Sports reported the deal is done. Gay will earn ...
Sactown Royalty Nov 17, 2014

Kings Links: All smiles in Sacramento after Rudy Gay inks extension

The Kings are still the talk of the town, this time because of Rudy Gay's brand new deal that will keep in Sacramento for at least two more years after this one.  Here's your Kings Links for the day, with a heavy focus on Rudy's extension. On this day in history: November 17th, 1973:  President Richard Nixon tells reporters "I am not a crook" Grantland: The Mutually Beneficial Pairing of Rudy Gay and the KingsZach Lowe with an incredibly in-depth look at the Kings and Rudy Gay and how both are finding success with each other. Cowbell Kingdom: Why Rudy Gay and the Sacramento Kings make...

Kings: Rudy Gay's extension

The Sacramento Kings have wanted for a long time to lock in Rudy Gay to an extension and Sunday Yahoo Sports reported the deal is done. Gay will earn ...
Sactown Royalty Nov 16, 2014

Kings reach extension deal with Rudy Gay for 3 years, $40 million

Kings fans can breathe a sigh of relief.  Rudy Gay will be a Sacramento King for the foreseeable future. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported today that the Kings and Gay had reached agreement on a contract extension worth $40 million over 3 years.  The deal includes a player option for the final season, just like his last contract did. From Woj's article on the deal: Gay's agent, Alex Saratsis of Octagon, finalized the details of the deal with Sacramento management over the past several days, culminating with an agreement on Saturday night. The Kings have wanted to re-sign Gay...

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