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Fri. 10/24 Wed. 10/29 Fri. 10/31 Sun. 11/2 Tue. 11/4
@ LAC 
W 99-89
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vs. OKC 
W 106-89
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@ Sac 
L 94-103
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vs. GS 
6:00 PM PT7:00 PM MT8:00 PM CT9:00 PM ET2:00 GMT10:00 7:00 PM MST9:00 PM EST6:00 UAE (+1)03:0021:00 ET8:00 PM CT0:00
vs. Cle 
7:00 PM PT8:00 PM MT9:00 PM CT10:00 PM ET3:00 GMT11:00 8:00 PM MST10:00 PM EST7:00 UAE (+1)04:0022:00 ET9:00 PM CT1:00

Gay leads Kings past Trail Blazers 103-94

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Rudy Gay knew he could play better and turned the trick Friday night, treating his teammates and the fans to a superb all-around performance.

Gay scored 40 points - one off his career high -including a pair of key 3-pointers, and the Sacramento Kings surprised the Portland Trail Blazers 103-94 on Friday night.

"I haven't had a good game this preseason and season and I just wanted to be aggressive," Gay said. "I calmed down and tried to make plays better."

Points: LaMarcus Aldridge24.5
Rebounds: Robin Lopez8.0
Assists: Nicolas Batum5.5
FG%: Chris Kaman60.0%
Steals: Nicolas Batum1.50
Blocks: Robin Lopez2.50
Northwest Division
  W L Pct GB
Denver 1 0 1.000 --
Portland 1 1 .500 0.5
Minnesota 1 1 .500 0.5
Oklahoma City 0 2 .000 1.5
Utah 0 2 .000 1.5
Full Standings
Offense (Rank)
Points: 100.0 (16)
Rebounds: 40.0 (21)
Assists: 21.5 (8)
FG%: 42.9% (21)
FT%: 82.9% (5)
3P%: 36.4% (12)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 96.0 (12)
Rebounds: 46.0 (23)
Assists: 16.5 (5)
FG%: 41.4% (9)
FT%: 85.2% (27)
3P%: 23.1% (5)
Date Player Transactions
10/27/2014 Meyers Leonard Exercised Contract Option Team exercised fourth-year option
10/27/2014 C.J. McCollum Contract Extended Team exercised third-year option
10/27/2014 James Southerland Waived
10/26/2014 Diante Garrett Waived
10/26/2014 Darius Morris Waived
Show Transactions
Date Player Status
10/28/2014 Steve Blake Flu
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