San Antonio Spurs

He scored 16 points against LeBron James, then Baltimore's Rudy Gay did something even better

He scored 16 points against LeBron James, then Baltimore's Rudy Gay did something even better

Rudy Gay came off the bench for the San Antonio Spurs to score 16 points and help lead his team to a 110-106 win over LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday.

But it was what the 6-foot-8 forward who grew up in Baltimore did after the game that was even more important.

Gay returned to the court to give two pairs of his game-worn Puma sneakers to two breast cancer survivors who attended the game, according to Jabari Young of The Athletic. Gay autographed the sneakers and took photos with the women.

The former Archbishop Spalding standout is known for giving back, especially in Baltimore.

Two summers ago he started the...

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