Rudy Carlton Gay Jr. The 6'8" small forward played college basketball for the University of Connecticut before being drafted eighth overall in the NBA draft by the Houston Rockets ; he was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies days later. Born in Brooklyn , New York ,  Gay began playing competitive recreational basketball at the age of 12 in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. Gay played his first two years of high school basketball at Baltimore County 's Eastern Technical High School , a magnet school in Essex.
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Good morning, Rudy. How's it going. What's an NBA superstar doing over here when you could be slamming some dunks? Have you managed to get any sightseeing in between the promotion — the Tower of London, Stonehenge, the sun rise over Leicester? Well, I've been busy with the promotion but from what I have seen I like it.
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The 6 feet 8 inches tall athlete is best known as a player for the San Antonio Spurs who mans the power and small forward positions. Under the supervision of coach Anthony Lewis, the aspiring professional basketball player joined the Cecil-Kirk AAU program at the age of Before making it to the NBA, he played basketball in high school and college where he gained several recognitions and accolades prior to his NBA draft of by the Houston Rockets. He is an American national born to father Rudy Gay Sr.
Rudy Gay took a chance on himself after the season, or was forced to, after a torn Achilles in January The second year was a player option, and even though the Connecticut product battled heel injuries and played just 57 games 51 of which were off the bench , he gambled on himself, again. He received a pay raise, but with maybe his last chance to vye for a lucrative NBA deal. It's actually the third-lowest mark of his career, but only as the 12th-year man takes a secondary role to LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan.