Rudy Gay was in the starting lineup for a portion of Thursday's practice for Team USA, according to Bob Holtzman of ESPN's SportsCenter.
Director of team USA basketball Jerry Colangelo said Rudy Gay has a "legitimate" chance to make the team's final roster.
Updating a previous report, Rudy Gay has officially been added to the Team USA roster.
There's some speculation that Rudy Gay could be added to the Team USA roster as a Kevin Durant, and Paul George replacement.
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.
Rudy Gay will opt in for the final year of his contract with the Kings, worth $19.3 million.
DeMarcus Cousins has reached out to Rudy Gay about staying with the Kings next season.
Rudy Gay met with Kings owner Vivek Ranadive and members of the team's management on Tuesday, as they pitched the potential free agent on a future in Sacramento.
Rudy Gay will be in Sacramento on Tuesday to hear the King's pitch to keep him in town.
Rudy Gay will reportedly meet with the Kings' front office next week to discuss his future in Sacramento.
Rudy Gay may decline his $19.3 million player option for the 2014-15 season, but he seems to be giving serious thought to re-signing in Sacramento.
The Kings will try to retain Rudy Gay even if he exercises his opt-out clause.
Rudy Gay played 16 minutes against the Suns on Wednesday, scoring six points with six boards, two assists and one turnover.
Rudy Gay (back) and Isaiah Thomas (quad) will play on Wednesday night.