Heading into the Wolves’ game Wednesday night against Brooklyn at Target Center, Rubio was shooting just 23 percent (12 of 52), including 0 for 10 on three-pointers.
“I feel good, but I still have pain in the knee,” Rubio said. “They say it’s normal and that it will take a year or year and a half to get where you don’t think about it. I don’t want to think about next season. I’m living in the present. I want to get healthy this season. I don’t want to think about anything else.”
“Sometimes I want to jump and I’m only two inches off the floor,” Rubio said, smiling. “Last year I could almost dunk that [layup miss]. I never jumped too high anyway, to be honest. I can jump a little bit, but right now I can’t even dunk. I’m not going to say I was doing 360s and all that stuff before I was hurt …”
Via The Pioneer-Press