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Mike Conley’s rolled ankle cracked opened the door for 5th year guard Jerryd Bayless, and Rudy Gay’s departure cemented his extended playing time for the remainder of 2013. The Grizzlies are short on perimeter bodies, offensively capable ones in particular, making Bayless the ideal candidate for shot attempts. His aggressiveness has been on full display since January 25th, scoring 17 points per game on nearly 13 field goal attempts (52% FG) and tossing in ten three-point makes. Additionally, backup point guard minutes will upgrade his assist totals and he’s not intimidated to mix it up on the glass behind a strong frame and 38’ inch vertical. Still owned in just 32% of Yahoo leagues (up from 23% last week), don’t let his sixth man status deter you. The minutes are there, and he doesn’t waste court time. It’s no surprise DraftKings has boosted the daily salary on Bayless to $5,700.
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posted by Romy AquinoWhat a night for Toronto Raptors highlights.It's unbelievable how the Raptors always manage to get themselves in this many close games this season but at least the Raptors are getting on the right side of the win-loss column lately. Most of the credit has to go to the Raptors newest acquisition, Rudy Gay. Rudy Gay nailed his first field goal of the second...
Rudy Gay hasn't been with the Raptors for a long time since he was traded to Toronto but is he making an impression fast.
In five game with the Raptors, Gay is averaging 23.4 points, 3 steals, 2.4 assists, 6.4 rebounds and shooting 41% from the field in 40.2 minutes per game.
Needless to say, Rudy is bringing it to the court and keeping the Raptors competitive. He is...
Rudy Gay sures likes this thing called dunking. Gay went into flight Sunday against New Orleans, throwing down this sick slingshot dunk.The deal to acquire Gay from Memphis is paying off for Toronto. Gay has already set the Raptors franchise record for most points scored in first three games (74). At the same time, Gay will fill the stands if he keeps producing these Air-Carter type dunks.
If the Toronto Raptors got hot--and I mean really, really hot-- while some of their Eastern Conference foes got ice cold they could still make the post season. As unlikely as that may be, the fans north of the border need something to cheer about. Luckily they have that in Rudy Gay.
The forward had a clean run at the basket in this clip and was kind enough to do a little something...
Rudy Gay has been known to have the clutch gene, and he once again proved that last night against the Pacers. Check out the video below courtesy of The NBA Mistress
It warms our hearts knowing that this video has found new life. (NSFW — language)
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I still don’t like the trade from a business standpoint, but Rudy Gay proved his basic on-court worth to the Raptors in a 100-98 overtime victory in Indiana. Though Gay experienced just mixed success (9-25 from the floor) going one-on-one against a stingy defender in Paul George, he did come through with 17 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, including the game...
About two weeks ago, Rudy Gay matched his worst shooting effort of the season against the New Orleans Hornets as part of a dismal slump for the Memphis Grizzlies.
Now he's breathing new life into the Toronto Raptors.
Gay leads the Raptors into Sunday night's home matchup against a Hornets team seeking a third straight victory behind strong play from emerging point guard...
Last week, the Toronto Raptors completed a trade with the Memphis Grizzlies, where they acquired Rudy Gay. Gay is an All-Star caliber player and immediately became Toronto’s best player and go-to scorer. He has been fantastic so far with the Raptors, averaging 23.4 points and 6.4 rebounds per game, in 6 games and the Raptors are 4-2 since the trade. If these six games are any...
All-Star Week is here and the best schedule of the week belongs to the Los Angeles Clippers -- the only team with a three-game slate. Keep in mind that the Clips play just two games next week.
Five teams (Warriors, Grizzlies, Knicks, Magic, Suns) play just one game. So it's a good week to bench Klay Thompson, Jerryd Bayless, Tayshaun Prince, Arron Afflalo, Luis Scola, among...