Rubio enriches backcourt options

  • Article by: KENT YOUNGBLOOD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 17, 2012 - 6:07 AM

It's now up to coach Rick Adelman to interchange four healthy and productive Wolves guards effectively.

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jachesteDec. 16, 1210:16 PM

I have to say, for all those talking heads who wonder where this team is headed in the next few years, just watch Ricky Rubio play. When he's healthy and playing at his best, this team is going to be very good. This is an efficient, well coached, high basketball IQ group.

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hecklesDec. 16, 1210:37 PM

I'm not worried about getting enough minutes for all our guards once Ricky gets back to 100%. The less Luke plays, the better our already great defense will be.

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t_stevensDec. 17, 1210:02 AM

jacheste, agreed. Last year our bench stunk. This year it might be the deepest in the NBA. And Kevin Love is complaining again? Ricky, please teach your teammate something about class. Kevin, keep the prima donna attitude and you may see all that talent of yours go the way of Stephon Marbury. Pride comes before the fall.

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MuddyOasisDec. 17, 12 3:40 PM

This ripping on Love is stupid. Class ? Don't see anyone else on the team using their fame to run a coat drive every year. Secondly the franchise's all time great in KG never had to deal with teams as bad as Love did these past few years. And Love's comments were more about those teams than the team now. Pretty apparent if you read the article. Lastly, Love never punched teammates in practice as KG used to do. Lets put class in perspective. Trashing a good dude and great player in Love from behind a computer is the opposite of that.

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drew3414Dec. 17, 12 4:06 PM

i think love wants to be traded,he knows were not a serious contender to win it all.why else would he be spouting off on a contract he agreed to sign?he is a california boy who wants a ring and some warm whether.trade him for gasol and nash straight up....

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