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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay left the team’s game against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday with a left knee strain, and he did not return.

Gay began limping noticeably late in the first quarter and exited after scoring four points and handing out two assists in 10 minutes of playing time. Gay, the Kings’ second leading scorer at 20.8 points per game and their leader in minutes at 36.3 per contest, put in at least 20 points in six of Sacramento’s previous eight games.

The nine-year veteran started 36 of Sacramento’s 38 contests this season. He missed two games at the end of November because of right Achilles tendinitis.

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