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Continued: Banged-up Rubio throws body around

  • Article by: JERRY ZGODA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 14, 2013 - 12:29 AM

Aiming high

Rubio’s triple-double Tuesday was his first as a pro, but he had three playing for Spanish national youth teams, including a quadruple double and a under-16 European championship title game against Russia in which he had 51 points, 24 rebounds and 12 assists.

“You never know,” teammate Luke Ridnour said of Rubio delivering an NBA quadruple double. “He could do it.”

Etc.

• Rubio’s triple-double against the Spurs was the Wolves’ first since J.J. Barea’s 25-point, 10-rebound, 14-assist game in a double-overtime loss at Oklahoma City last March.

• Pacers former All-Star forward Danny Granger remained out Wednesday because of a sore left knee after playing only five games so far this season. He will receive treatment and be evaluated at the end of the week.

• Indiana University’s Tom Crean — coach of the Big Ten champion Hoosiers — attended the game.

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