Found September 09, 2012 on RealGM:
Ricky Rubio is hopeful of a return to action before the end of the year.

Ricky Rubio trick shot

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio is recovering from an ACL surgery, but that didn't stop him from showing off a nice trick shot. Rubio is not expected to be back until December. Hat tip to

Predictability is key to Timberwolves success

MINNEAPOLIS Think back, way back in the annals of recent sports history. Before Tim Tebow was a Jet and Kevin Love was an Olympian. Before a unibrow was trademarked and the Wild landed the two biggest free agents in the NHL offseason. It's before Lebron was a champion and Jeremy Lin was anything more than a Harvard grad. Remember January 4? Probably not. It was the day the...

Grading the Minnesota Timberwolves Off-Season

  The Timberwolves were on the cusp of the NBA Playoffs in 2012 until they were hit with the injury bug, but what grade did they receive for their off-season moves? Additions and Subtractions: Drafted Robbie Hummel; signed Brandon Roy, Dante Cunningham, Chase Budinger, Alexy Schved, Andrei Kirilenko, Greg Stiemsma; lost Anthony Randolph, Michael Beasley, [...]

Report: Rubio expects to return in December

MINNEAPOLIS Ricky watch can officially begin. The Minnesota Timberwolves point guard, who tore the ACL in his right knee on March 9 in a game against the Lakers, recently told Spanish publication that he's targeting a December return. That would put his recovery at nine months, which would be quick but not necessarily a rush. "I'm eager to start running, and...
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