The Sacramento Kings Rudy Gay has been traded twice in two seasons with up then down and back up results, however, he has been with Team USA before and with the withdrawal of Kevin Durant, Gay does bring scoring and size to the the small forward position if he can make the team.
Rudy Gay has been added to the Team USA roster, according to multiple reports. This was after Kevin Durant withdrew from the team yesterday.
“To see how Paul George went down, I feel like it’s not only for the country but we have to do it for him, too,” USAB’s Rudy Gay told Yahoo.— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) August 08, 2014
Rudy Gay has always been criticized for...
Relax, everyone, Rudy’s got this.
Hearing Part II: Team USA has secured the services of Sacramento’s Rudy Gay to join roster and compete for FIBA World Cup spot
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) August 8, 2014
It should be noted that Rudy Gay was a member of the 2010 roster that won gold at the World Championship, and was essentially the odd man out for the 2012 Olympic roster...
Rudy Gay has been added to the Team USA roster – Mandatory Credit: Bill Baptist/NBAE/Getty Images via Yahoo Sports
After Kevin Durant informed Team USA’s brass that he would no longer be apart of the club, the group has gone out and reportedly added Sacramento Kings’ forward Rudy Gay to replace him, according to ESPN NBA correspondent Marc Stein.
Hearing Part II: Team USA has...
ESPN is reporting that Kings wing-guard Rudy Gay has been added to the Team USA roster for the FIBA World Cup of basketball to be held in Spain later this month.
Rudy Gay added to Team USA for 2014 World Cup.
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) August 8, 2014
Gay will replace Kevin Durant as the 16th member on the roster.
Rudy Gay said he can’t come back home because of ticket requests
The Washington Wizards could be set up nicely over the next several years if Rudy Gay and Kevin Durant pull a LeBron James and decide they want to come home. Of course salary cap restrictions could come into play, but before this could even get to negotiations, Gay and Durant jokingly said they could never play for...
Rudy Gay is committed to the Kings for the 2014-15 season after exercising his player option worth $19.3 million.
And while he says he likes the Kings’ direction thus far, he is no rush to think beyond next season.
After watching the Kings beat the Charlotte Hornets 72-65 in a summer league game at Cox Pavilion, Gay spoke to the media for the first time since he decided to remain...
The draft is upon us as the Kings offseason has finally begun to reach clarity since Rudy Gay’s decision to return to Sacramento. Now that the King’s are financially burdened by Gay’s $19.3 million option, Pete D’Alessandro will need to decide how far the team is willing to go to keep point guard Isaiah Thomas, which in turn dictates how the Kings’ draft will play out....
Rudy Gay is set to exercise his $19.3 million option for the 2014-15 season with the Sacramento Kings, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The Kings will be eligible to negotiate a full four-year deal with Gay after July 1. According to Yahoo Sports, Gay has been extremely impressed with the new... The post Rudy Gay Picks Up $19.3M Option With Kings appeared first on Hoops-Nation.
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