RICKY RUBIO RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Minnesota Timberwolves are interested in O.J. Mayo
Newly appointed President of Basketball Operations, Flip Saunders is looking to pair Ricky Rubio up with true shooting guard to form a dynamic backcourt. Unlike former general manager, David Kahn, Saunders apparently doesn’t believe in stacking the roster with point guards. With Mayo at the 2-spot, he can open up the court...
The Minnesota Timberwolves replaced David Kahn as chief decision-maker with Flip Saunders.
The belief is that Kevin Love's relationship with the organization will improve with a regime change, but sources say Ricky Rubio's camp is disappointed with Kahn's dismissal.
Kahn drafted Rubio fifth overall knowing that he likely would not come to the NBA immediately.
Tweet The 2012-2013 NBA regular season ends next week and with the Minnesota Timberwolves owners of a 30-50 record, and out of the playoff hunt, there are only two games left to get a look at the basketball wizard known as Ricky Rubio. The 22-year old has been a fixture in highlight reels this [...]
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...
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...
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...
Any NBA fan knows that Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio is a magician with the basketball and earlier tonight on this fair Tuesday against the San Antonio Spurs, he went behind-the-back twice to get an easy lay-up.It happened in the final three minutes of play in a Minnesota blowout and well, it brought fans at the Target Center to their feet:
You know you got some skills with the basketball when you can fake out trained, professional NBA cameramen sitting on the sidelines. That is exactly what happened during Minnesota's recent game versus the Hornets courtesy of, who else, Ricky Rubio. During the third quarter, New Orleans coughed up the ball and Rubio was on the spot to gather the loose ball. Ricky proceeded to...
ON ANOTHER LEVEL
The Timberwolves crushed the Hornets last night 115-86. Ricky Rubio stole the show once again with his passing. This time it was a pass to himself though. A fake behind the back pass to himself to be exact. Pretty awesome skills this guy has. Check out the video below. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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We are missing some of the context for this photo, but someone’s grandmother is clearly a huge fan of Ricky Rubio. The 22-year-old Spaniard’s likeness adorns the giant blanket seen in the photo below, apparently given as a Christmas gift between generations in some family. Now, we would have to imagine that this isn’t the kind of item you can just go to Target and buy, even...