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Topic - Rudy Gay
This season was supposed to be the start of a "new era" for the Sacramento Kings, as owner Vivek Ranadive proclaimed over and over again when he took over last year.
With go-to scorer Dirk Nowitzki having an off night, the Dallas Mavericks relied on other offensive options to hold off the Sacramento Kings.
Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks can't seem to turn comfortable leads into easy wins, even with their playoff fate on the line against teams going nowhere.
It certainly wasn't an ideal way to start an important road trip.
The Washington Wizards squandered an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter and eventually lost in overtime to the lowly Sacramento Kings.
The Sacramento Kings were keenly aware of the streak.
The game marked the return of Rudy Gay, but the night belonged to the Toronto Raptors.
Reggie Evans led the Sacramento Kings in a crucial category Monday night: hustle.
This time, the Sacramento Kings enjoyed their trip to Denver.
For two teams that only face each other twice a year, Sacramento and Boston sure played like longtime rivals.
A happy homecoming for Jimmer Fredette and Michael Malone was another miserable night in a turbulent season for the New York Knicks.
Rudy Gay was sick Saturday afternoon and didn't practice while Marcus Thornton is questionable for the Kings in Sunday's game.
Rudy Gay said he didn't harbor a sense of revenge Wednesday night facing his former team - the Toronto Raptors- for the first time since a December trade.
Even though it was an ugly victory, the banged-up San Antonio Spurs were just happy to end a three-game losing streak given their troubling rash of recent injuries.
Dirk Nowitzki is an All-Star again, and the big German is playing like he did when he went to 11 straight midseason showcases.
"I have to talk to Pete and coach Malone and see how we can elevate this team for the future, what we can do and what moves can be made," Gay said.
"Obviously, their backs are up against the wall right now. They know they need every game they can get to get into the postseason," Gay said. "We went into this game knowing that we didn't have anything to lose. They are going to play a lot of teams that don't have anything to lose. For them to stay competitive, it's going to be tough for them."