UPDATE (5:45 p.m. on Thursday) -- The Kings released their injury report for Friday night's game against the Thunder in Oklahoma City:
Rudy Gay (concussion)
Nik Stauskas (mid back strain)
DeMarcus Cousins (sore right foot)
Darren Collison (core muscle injury)
Eric Moreland (left shoulder labral tear)
Kings forward Rudy Gay will be re-evaluated Thursday and may play Friday against the Thunder, CSNCalifornia.com has learned.
Gay suffered a headache after leading Sacramento with 33 points in Tuesday’s 116-111 Kings win over Minnesota at Sleep Train Arena and as per the NBA's league mandated concussion protocol was held out of Wednesday’s game in Utah.
The 28-year-old had missed the previous three games before returning to the lineup against the Timberwolves due to a concussion sustained in a 97-83 loss in Memphis to the Grizzlies on March 30.
The Kings were also without DeMarcus Cousins in Wednesday’s 103-91 loss to the Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena.
Cousins visited a specialist in Los Angeles on Wednesday after meeting with Kings doctors on Tuesday regarding a sore right foot. The results of the Los Angeles consultation are not yet known.
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The All-Star center has now missed two consecutive games.
Sacramento is 4-15 without Cousins and 2-8 without Gay in the lineup this season.
The Kings (27-51) have just four games remaining on the season and are in Oklahoma City on Friday to face the Thunder (42-36).