By ANDREI GRESKA
MILWAUKEE -- Ricky Rubio is a magician with the ball in his hands. That is already known.
A bit more covert has been his transition from a pass first, second and third point-guard to a viable scoring threat.
Just ask the Milwaukee Bucks.
Rubio caught fire from beyond the arc in the first half of Minnesota's 107-98 victory Tuesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, torching the Bucks for five 3-pointers on five attempts in the first half. That bested his career high for threes made in a game by three, with Rubio previously connecting twice from long range 13 times in his career.
"I've been working with Terry Porter on getting more shots in," Rubio said after the game. "I just want to work as hard as I can because I know shooting is one of my things I have to improve, and I'm going to keep working on that."
It's not just that more shots have been falling, though that is definitely a plus, but Rubio has been more aggressive in looking fo...