Rudy Gay: “I know I still got a lot to give”

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Rudy Gay, the forward for the Golden State Warriors, has inked a non-guaranteed Exhibit 9 contract in a bid to secure a place on the regular season roster.

This marks the first instance in his extensive career as an accomplished veteran that he finds himself in such a position. Nevertheless, he expresses confidence in his ability to make a meaningful contribution.

“I’ve been humbled so many times in my career, so it wasn’t nothing,” Gay told Marc J. Spears of Andscape. “This is the first time. Hopefully, the last. But it’s one of those things that you come in there and show my work. At the end of the day, throw some s— at the wall and see if it sticks.

“I know I still got a lot to give and I can help a team in this situation. I feel like it’s a pretty good situation.”

At 37 years old, Rudy Gay revealed that he weighed various non-guaranteed offers from NBA teams.

However, he concluded that the Warriors presented him with the optimal opportunity to vie for a championship, as reported by Spears.

“If you’re not competing for a championship 18 years in, what are you playing for?” Gay said. “I train my body all summer. The season is long. A lot of flights. You’re away from your family. You got to do it for something, especially at this point in my life.”

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