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Washington Post Jul 16, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Rudy Gay on why he won’t leave Sacramento for the Wizards

Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay is due to become an unrestricted free agent next summer, but the Baltimore native said there’s no way he’ll return home and play for the Wizards. “I’d have way too many ticket requests,” Gay told For The Win . “I’d have to have like 100 tickets a night …” Read full article >>
Rotoworld Jul 14, 2014

Rudy Gay open to signing an extension in Sac - Rudy Gay (F) Sacramento Kings

Rudy Gay is open to the idea of signing an extension with the Kings, but he wants to see the direction the organization is headed in before making a long-term commitment.
Sacramento Bee Jul 14, 2014
Gay says he’ll take his team weighing contract extension with Kings

Gay says he’ll take his team weighing contract extension with Kings

Rudy Gay is committed to the Kings for the 2014-15 season after exercising his player option worth $19.3 million. Rudy Gay speaks with reporters Sunday after watching the Kings’ summer league game against Charlotte in Las Vegas.
Sactown Royalty Jul 13, 2014

Rudy Gay speaks on his future, Darren Collison signing

Rudy Gay speaks about Darren Collison, Isaiah Thomas and his future with the Kings.

The Memphis Grizzlies' Rudy Gay Trade Revisited, a GBB Retrospect

With the departure of the 'hidden gem' Ed Davis, it seems like a good time to revisit and break down the highly controversial Rudy Gay Trade. The Memphis Grizzlies, per multiple reports, have decided not to extend a Qualifying Offer to the 25-year-old "hidden gem of the Rudy Gay trade", Ed Davis. Ed's time in Memphis has been laced with potential, disappointment, and mockery. Often the butt of jokes, Ed Davis was never able to truly live up to his hype coming out of North Carolina here in the Bluff City. Now, with Ed seemingly on his way out, it seems like a good time to revisit the highly...
Sactown Royalty Jun 30, 2014

With Rudy Gay on board, re-signing Isaiah Thomas should be Sacramento's Free Agency Priority

Free Agency is officially set to begin tomorrow, July 1st at midnight.  The Kings biggest worry has been taken care of already, as Rudy Gay has already opted in for 2014-15. With that $19.3 million decision though comes the fact that as of now Sacramento doesn't have very much wiggle room under the luxury tax to add further talent without trades.  That makes it all the more important for the Kings to retain what talent they do have, which brings us to Isaiah Thomas. Thomas has received his Qualifying Offer and is set to be a Restricted Free Agent, but if I was the Kings he'd be the first...
Sacramento Bee Jun 25, 2014
Rudy Gay officially opts in for next season

Rudy Gay officially opts in for next season

The Kings announced Wednesday forward Rudy Gay has officially exercised his player option for next season that will pay him $19.3 million this coming season. Rudy Gay filled a long-standing void at small forward for the Kings, averaging 20.1 points on 48.2 percent shooting last season.

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