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Kings' Kyle Guy: Gets extended run in finale

Guy played 19 minutes off the bench in Sunday's 121-99 loss to the Jazz, finishing with six points (2-8 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 0-2 FT), six rebounds, five assists and two steals. After being left out of the rotation in the Kings' previous two games, Guy reappeared on Sacramento's second unit with Justin James (ankle) sitting out the season finale. Guy wraps up his second season in the NBA with averages of 2.8 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 7.6 minutes per game while shooting 33 percent from the field and 28 percent from three-point range over his 31 appearances. With his two-way deal is set to expire this summer, Guy is no lock to be retained by Sacramento.

Hoos in the NBA: Kyle Guy makes most of opportunity vs. Spurs

Former Virginia Cavaliers star Kyle Guy made the most of his opportunity last for the Sacramento Kings against the San Antonio Spurs. In 11 minutes of action, Guy scored seven points on 2-of-4 shooting from the field. Guy added an assist in the 113-104 loss to the Spurs. He was...
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UVA Legends Kyle Guy & Ty Jerome Swap NBA Jerseys After Kings-Thunder Game

Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome came to Charlottesville together in 2016, suffered heartbreak in 2018, and reached the peak of college basketball in 2019. In 2021, they’re opponents at the highest level of the sport. On Tuesday, the pair of Virginia legends faced off in an NBA game and commemorated the occurrence by giving each other a gift after the game.

Kyle Guy has career night for Sacamento Kings in win over Golden State Warriors

Former Virginia Cavaliers star Kyle Guy had a career night on Thursday night. The Sacramento Kings guard hit several career-best marks in a 141-119 win over the Golden State Warriors. In 22 minutes (career-high) of action, Guy finished with a career-high 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting. The former UVA standout...

Ty Jerome, Kyle Guy Relive National Championship Run on ’68 Shining Moments’ Podcast

You may have heard Kyle Guy or Ty Jerome talk about Virginia’s 2019 national championship run before, but never as candid as they were during their appearance on the 68 Shining Moments podcast. Both Guy and Jerome appear on Jeff Goodman’s new show via Zoom and it’s a great format for the conversation. They’re allowed to swear, unlike a lot of other appearances they’ve done, and there’s definitely some benefit to talking about things after spending two years in the NBA. They’re a little older, a little wiser. They can appreciate what they did and how fun those college years were. You can find the audio below (via Spotify) or video above (via YouTube).
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Kyle Guy roasts UVA critics after team defeats Syracuse at the buzzer

The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament doesn't begin until next week, but Virginia -- still the defending NCAA national champion after last year's tournament was canceled -- quite literally experienced a dose of March Madness on Thursday as the Cavaliers knocked off Syracuse at the buzzer in the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament. And it was only a matter of time after Reece Beekman's game-winner that current NBA player and former UVA star Kyle Guy, a member of the 2019 team that won it all, clapped back at those who have criticized the program's style of basketball as "boring."
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Kyle Guy Has Message For The Critics Of Virginia Basketball

Kyle Guy was one of the stars of Virginia basketball’s national championship team two years ago. He was also part of the squad that lost to 16th-seeded UMBC in 2018. That means he’s heard it all about his alma mater, from the praise for winning a title to the criticism for playing a “boring” brand of basketball. On the latter point, Guy made his feelings clear today.

Hoos in the NBA: Kyle Guy scores new career-high

Former Virginia Cavaliers star Kyle Guy continues to carve out his role in the NBA. After spending the 2019-20 season on a two-way contract for the Sacramento Kings, Guy is finding his way with the Kings in year two. On Sunday night, Guy scored a career-high in just nine minutes...

Hoos in the NBA: Malcolm Brogdon game-winner, Kyle Guy new highs

It was another solid night in the NBA for former Virginia Cavaliers’ standouts. The highlight of Monday night was a game-winner from former UVA star Malcolm Brogdon. Brogdon scored 21 points in the Indiana Pacers’ 118-116 overtime win over the New Orleans Pelicans. The Pacers guard hit four threes in the victory and added 11 assists, seven rebounds, three steals, and a block,

Kings' Kyle Guy: Logs season-high 16 minutes

Guy scored seven points (2-6 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), grabbed three rebounds and dished five assists in a loss to the Warriors on Monday. The blowout loss allowed Guy to play his most minutes this season, and he performed reasonably well, placing second on the team with five dimes while tallying seven points. The 23-year-old could get more opportunities as the season wears on if the 3-4 Kings fall out of the playoff race. He averaged 21.5 points in the G League and ranked third overall with 142 three-pointers last season.
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WATCH: Kyle Guy ends big night with game-winning buzzer beater

Former Virginia Cavaliers star Kyle Guy is entering his second year in the NBA with the Sacramento Kings. On Tuesday night, he did what he did in his time at UVA, got red-hot and then buried a game-winner. In Tuesday night’s preseason game against the Golden State Warriors, Guy came...
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Kyle Guy drains buzzer-beater to give Kings second straight preseason win

Where were you the night Kyle Guy became the face of the franchise? On Tuesday night, the second-year guard caught fire from behind the arc and drained six of his 10 3-point attempts, the last of which beat the buzzer to give the Sacramento Kings a 114-113 over the Golden State Warriors.

Kyle Guy keeps doing Kyle Guy things as he drills game winning buzzer beater against Golden State

With just over six seconds left in Sacramento’s preseason game against the Golden State Warriors, Kyle Guy got the ball off an inbounds pass. His Kings squad was down by two and needing a bucket to try and salvage a win in a game that they once led by 19. Guy nearly collided with his teammate at the top of the arc, but spun free and lost his defender in the process. After a perfectly executed pump fake that got the help defender off his feet, Guy canned the game-winning shot as time expired.