Ricky Rubio is known as pass first point guard that can provide heavy playmaking and leader as veteran point guard of Timberwolves. He was drafted by Wolves and back to help establish the young team. However, last game with Clippers where they have the power to win but due to some bad situation during the game he’s disappointed with the court performance of his teammates despite some adjustments done.
“When things are going bad, we go our own way and we don’t play as a team, we don’t move the ball,” Timberwolves star Rubio said, via Chris Hine of the Star Tribune. “If you see the way we played against Utah and the first seven minutes we played tonight compared to the game against the Lakers or the rest of the game [tonight], it’s two completely different teams.
“It’s like a snowball. You make one mistake. It leads to another, and to another. There’s not a way to stop that. We lost two games by 20-plus, 30-plus points and we have to show some pride.”
The Timberwolves rank 22nd in assists and 26th in offensive rating through its first four games.
Karl Anthony Town didn’t play but the team have D’Angelo Russel with 22 points, Ricky Rubio 17 points, Malik Beasley 19 points, Naz Reid 11 pointsl Anthony edwards 12 points and Jarred Vanderbilt 9 points and 6 rebounds. Despite double digits score between players they loss to Clippers 124-101.
Los Angeles Clippers is lead by Paul George 18 points, Serge Ibaka 16 points, Luke Kennard 15 points, Patrick Beverly 12 points, Reggie Jackson 11 points, Lou Williams 20 points and Ivica Zubac 12 points. No Kawhi Leonard but still won.