The Kings privately acknowledge that trading away Rudy Gay is in the best interest of both parties, according to Ailene Voisin of the Sacramento Bee.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, Rudy Gay has informed the Kings that he will decline his player option for 2017.
The Kings reportedly aren't looking for a massive return should they opt to trade Rudy Gay.
Coach Dave Joerger said he didn’t want to play Rudy Gay at power forward a lot.
Citing an "associate," Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald identifies the Heat as one of Rudy Gay's preferred landing spots should he be traded.
Rudy Gay said that he will still be committed to the Kings if they don't trade him before the season starts.
Rudy Gay has met with general manager Vlade Divac since his comments on Monday, according to Sean Cunningham of ABC10.
Rudy Gay (Achilles) had shock wave treatment on his heel this summer.
Rudy Gay stated during a recent interview that he underwent a minor procedure to correct an ongoing issue he’s had with Achilles tendinitis.
Rudy Gay is still on the trade block, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.
Rudy Gay has not made a trade request, according to beat writer Sean Cunningham.
The Kings have reportedly been fielding calls on Rudy Gay, Kosta Koufos and Ben McLemore.
According to Ailene Voisin of the Sacramento Bee, Rudy Gay wants out of Sacramento.
The Pacers and Kings have had recent trade discussions involving Rudy Gay, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com.