'Nobody kill anybody': Murder-free weekend urged in Baltimore

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Local NBA veteran Rudy Gay sees playgrounds as a positive outlet for Baltimore kids

Local NBA veteran Rudy Gay sees playgrounds as a positive outlet for Baltimore kids

Rudy Gay found a new NBA home this offseason, opting out of his contract with the Sacramento Kings to sign a two-year deal with the San Antonio Spurs in free agency.

But as the former Archbishop Spalding player continues to recover from a torn Achilles tendon and aims to win a championship, he hasn’t forgotten about his childhood home and Baltimore.

In a recent interview with ESPN.com, Gay emphasized his ties to the area and his appreciation for helping kids find outlets to avoid violent and troublesome lifestyles.

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