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Beyond The Buzzer:
Ricky Rubio recorded his first career triple-double (21 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists) in a 107-83 win over the Spurs Tuesday at Target Center. When Stephen Jackson was asked about Rubio’s triple-double postgame, the guard took a subtle dig at both the second-year point guard and the injury-plagued Timberwolves.
According to Jeff McDonald, San Antonio Express-News:
Asked to assess Ricky Rubio’s first pro triple-double, Stephen Jackson said: “He’s alright….I’m into winning championships. I’m not into guys averaging 20 and 30 on sorry teams. He’s got some upside, I’ll say that. But it’s all about winning to me, it’s not what you do on your personal stuff.”
BEST OF MAXIM
I know, really going out on a limb with that headline, right? Minnesota Timberwolves second-year point guard Ricky Rubio notched his first career triple-double on Tuesday night as the T-Wolves dismantled the Tim Duncan-less San Antonio Spurs by a score of 107-83.
In a phenomenal individual effort over nearly 35 minutes on the court, Rubio finished the game with 21 points, 13 rebounds...
Are you kidding me, Ricky Rubio? Late in the fourth quarter of Minnesota’s 107-83 blowout win over the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday, the T-Wolves point guard decided to show off.
Rubio went behind his back not once, but twice on his way to scoring a pretty layup against San Antonio. Sure, he was going past Spurs bench players Patty Mills and Aron Baynes, but it doesn’t get much...
MINNEAPOLIS He really is a small man to command so much of the spotlight.
An NBA court measures 4,700 square feet. Ricky Rubio measures 6-foot-4, 180 pounds soaking wet, and yet on Tuesday night, he took over every last inch of the hardwood.
On Tuesday, Minnesota's point guard darling did what he's been flirting with for weeks. He logged his first career triple-double...
Ricky Rubio recorded his first career triple-double in a 107-83 win over the Spurs Tuesday, and he did it in style. Watch Rubio go behind-the-back twice for the easy lay in to cap off a 21-point, 13-rebound, 12-assist performance.
Ricky Rubio's game is so pretty. His ease of ball control comes through in the highlights of the Wolves' 107-83 win last night over the San Antonio Spurs.
Rubio recorded the first triple-double -- 21 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists -- of his NBA career Tuesday night. This was definitely one of his better shooting nights, hitting 9-of-17 shots, including a three, in...
Ricky Rubio was again creating some of the better known highlights around the NBA when his Timberwolves took on the Spurs Tuesday night. Ricky took the ball from the top of the key and burned two defenders with two separate behind the back dribbles and finished with an easy two points. The Timberwolves beat the Spurs by a score of 107-83.
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Ricky Rubio had his first career triple-double with 21 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, leading the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 107-83 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night.
Rubio made 9 of 17 shots and grabbed his 10th board with 9:14 to play in the game, giving his home fans something to cheer about in a long, frustrating season. Alexey Shved broke out of a big...
Stephen Jackson is a rapper? Stephen Jackson is a rapper.
The Spurs swingman is such a rapper, in fact, that on Wednesday he performed at SXSW in Austin under the stage name Stak5.
The performance was a benefit for teammate Matt Bonner's charity, Sneakers and Speakers, and a handful of Spurs joined Jackson on stage.
Social media was quickly buzzing with photos of the performance...
When the San Antonio Spurs lost by 30 points at home to the Portland Trailblazers, "Captain Jack" Stephen Jackson said there was nothing to worry about.
He was right.
The team came back and had a huge win against Western Conference rival in the Oklahoma City Thunder. On Tuesday night, the Spurs had another disappointing showing against another team that won'...
Kevin Durant finished with 26 points against the defensive duo of San Antonio Spurs' Kawhi Leonard and Stephen Jackson. The lanky swingmen consistently hounded the NBA's defending three-time scoring champion, forcing him into the least efficient areas of the court -- particularly in spots where Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter could alter the 6-foot-9 forward's shot.