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Pacific Notes: Gay, Durant, Stoudemire, Suns

Rudy Gay made some comments earlier this week that made NBA observers raise an eyebrow, as he complained about the lack of stability and consistency in Sacramento and admitted that he hadn’t even been following the Kings‘ offseason moves. Gay has since followed up on those comments, so let’s dive into a Friday morning round-up of Pacific notes for the latest on Gay and a couple other players…

  • According to Sean Cunningham of ABC10, Gay said that he spoke to Kings GM Vlade Divac this week. And while Gay acknowledged that things haven’t necessarily changed since Monday, he expressed some optimism about his situation going forward, whether that’s in Sacramento or somewhere else. “At this point in my career I just want to be happy,” Gay said. “I talked to Vlade and we’re trying to make that happen.”
  • Refuting a report that surfaced recently, Kevin Durant tells Shams Charania of The Vertical that he never promised Oklahoma City teammates Russell Westbrook and Nick Collison that he’d return to the Thunder before he signed with the Warriors. “I didn’t say that – words about me telling Russell or Nick that I would stay or leave never came out of my mouth,” Durant said. “We met as teammates, but no promises came out of it. … I never told Russell or Nick [Collison], ‘All right, guys, I’m coming back to the Thunder’ – and then a week later, I decide not to. Never happened. I don’t operate like that.”
  • Speaking to Paul Coro of The Arizona Republic, Amar’e Stoudemire confirmed a Tuesday report, admitting that he had interest in rejoining the Suns during the past couple offseasons, but that there wasn’t mutual interest in that scenario. “The last two years, we made phone calls to Phoenix but I wasn’t getting any positive response,” Stoudemire said. “That would’ve been the perfect way to go out. I didn’t want to beg Phoenix. My heart was in two places – Phoenix and New York. I just went where I was wanted.” Stoudemire ultimately signed a ceremonial contract this week to retire as a Knick, rather than as a Sun.
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5 thoughts on “Pacific Notes: Gay, Durant, Stoudemire, Suns

  1. Dionis

    I think the Kings can make The playoffs under Joerger since He’ll likely transform Cauley-Stein into a defensive anchor And Imagine what he could morph Cousins into? Plus Gay can be a pretty good defender himself And Affalo And Collison are decent also. I could see them locking up a 7th-8th just cause Joerger Is a really good coach, defense wins games And They have sufficient offense.

  2. json-api

    Man that’s sound crazy joerger isn’t going to change nothing he not a better coach than George Carl

    • goldglover444

      Absolutely crazy they’re the most dysfunctional franchise in the nba

  3. khines939

    The clippers should get Rudy Gay

  4. Alexander Maunu

    Can’t wait for the season to start so the Warriors can start dismantling the entire league. Although now ticket prices are going to be even worse, Warriors are going to need a much bigger arena!

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