Sports Night: Rudy Gay focuses on Memphis

Kings: Gay’s vision clears after scary foul

Rudy Gay admits he was scared when his vision began to suffer after getting fouled with a hit to the face by Kemba Walker on Monday. He missed the end of the Kings’ 129-128 double-overtime loss to Charlotte and Sacramento’s next two games, losses at Portland on Tuesday and New Orleans on Thursday. He is seeing more clearly now and will try to play – possibly with goggles on – Saturday at Memphis.

Today’s video: Rudy Gay returns from eye injury wearing glasses during practice

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