The#San Antonio Spurs are also a team that looks for improvements this summer, as they want to compete for the title again next season.
Gay, an 11-year National Basketball Association veteran, opted out of a deal with the Kings that would have paid him more than $14 million for the upcoming season.
Gay averaged 18.7 points per game last season for Sacramento, but played in only 30 games due to a rupture of his achillies tendon.
Gay is coming off of an Achilles injury that ended his 2016-17 season in the middle of January.
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The deal includes a player option, says Wojnarowski.
Rudy Gay's agent, Roger Montgomery, said his client is expected to be fully ready for training camp.
Gay, 6-8/230, holds career averages of 18.4 points, 5.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.34 steals in 35.6 minutes while shooting.452 from the field and.345 from three-point range in 753 total appearances.
San Antonio has been quiet this offseason as other teams in the NBA's Western Conference like the Rockets and Thunder have made big improvements to their rosters. For that reason, Gay's arrival in San Antonio-and the narrower role he steps into-should be met with measured optimism and patience. Whether or not his addition is enough to move closer to winning an National Basketball Association title should depend on Gay's ability to stay healthy.
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