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.
Michael Jordan goes to the basket in the third quarter as Utah Jazz's Howard Eisley looks on during Game 2 of the NBA Finals in Salt Lake City, in this June 5, 1998 photo. Dominance, determination and unmatched skill earned Jordan the selection as the top basketball player of the century by a six-member...