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Ricky Rubio’s development hinges a lot on the recovery of his surgically repaired knee. In the meantime, it is encouraging to see him watching two mega star point guards battling each other for the right to go to the NBA Finals. Rubio looks pretty comfortable with his leg elevated while he checks out Westbrook dueling Parker.
”I don’t miss the #NBAPlayoffs even if I have to pick up my bro @marcrubiovives and @ainonacohi at the airport.”
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Ricky Rubio wasn’t going to let a little thing like picking his brother up at the airport to get in the way of watching the Western Conference finals, but I have no idea why he’d choose to sit on the airport’s baggage carousel rather than a nice comfy lounge where he can sit in a soft but supportive...
Don't you hate it when the airline misplaces your NBA player? Ricky Rubio, an All-Rookie First Team pick, lounged on an airport baggage carousel while watching the NBA playoffs on Sunday. He tweeted a photo from the airport, where he had to pick up his brother, Marc. Rubio appeared to be watching the Spurs' 101-98 win over the Thunder, but it was not clear if the carousel...
MINNEAPOLIS For the first time since 2004, the Minnesota Timberwolves will barely take notice of the NBA draft lottery on Wednesday.
Fans who enjoy the punishment of what could have been might want to tune in when NBA officials and general managers gather in Secaucus, N.J., for the drawing that determines the selection order for the 2012 NBA draft. They can hold their breaths and...
It appears that Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio prefers to watch his NBA games in airports as evidenced the below photo.Take a look at Ricky watching game one of the Spurs/Thunder in baggage carousel:(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
The Minnesota Timberwolves will host two preseason games at Target Center this October.
The team announced Tuesday it will face the Chicago Bulls on Oct. 13, followed by an exhibition against a professional club from Israel on Oct. 16.
This is the first time in the franchise's 24-year history the Wolves will host an international team. They traveled to Turkey for a game in...
Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor expects his team to be in the playoffs next season.