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Sacramento Kings newly-signed forward Chuck Hayes will undergo further testing after a recent heart exam showed an abnormality.
The team said Thursday that Hayes' stress echocardiogram displayed the abnormality.
Hayes signed a four-year, $21.3 million deal with the Kings just last week following six seasons with the Houston Rockets.
Hayes averaged 7.9 points and 8.1 rebounds in 74 games last season.
The Kings open the regular season against the Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 26.
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A recent heart exam on new Sacramento Kings big man Chuck Hayes shows an abnormality that will require further testing. The Kings announced Thursday night that a stress echocardiogram revealed the abnormality. The former Houston Rockets forward-center signed a $21.3 million, four-year deal with the Kings last week.
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A slimmer Cousins showed up for Sacramento Kings media day Thursday with all the same antics and oddities as a year ago: doing interviews in sunglasses, making fun of teammates and dodging questions about his new diet with jokes.
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