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Ricky Rubio
Position: G
Born: 10/21/90
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:180 lbs. / 81.6 kg.
Salary: $17,000,000

Ricky Rubio: 'I don't think we are in the right way to be honest'

The Wolves have been big on talking about developing a winning culture, but it’s hard to do that when there isn’t much evidence of success. “There is some evidence it may work like what happened with Philadelphia, I guess,” Rubio said. ” ‘Trust the process’ when they went like two, three years, really bad and then they started winning. I kind of don’t believe in that kind of system. We have to build good habits from Day One and I don’t think we are in the right way to be honest.”
Gersson Rosas: I’m confident in those guys, I’m confident in our vets, I’m confident in D’Angelo, in Ricky, in Juancho, and those guys that have started off slow, it’s just gonna take more time. And unfortunately, the schedule is not kind to get in a rhythm. And those guys are rhythm guys, but we’ve got to find a way to get them as healthy as possible with the most juice as possible so we can move forward and they can play better, and we can play better because they’re big parts of what we’re doing.
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I asked Steph Curry about just that earlier this week. He went seventh overall in 2009, slipping past Minnesota twice as the Timberwolves took Ricky Rubio and Jonny Flynn, an infamous combo mistake. But as the memories of the daily knee-jerk reactions and re-rankings have blurred, Curry only seems to recall two times when the debate over his draft class was at a fever pitch. “Toward the end of my rookie year,” Curry said. “(When) it was just me and Tyreke (Evans) going after that Rookie of the Year.” Then the other? “If I remember correctly, it was mostly when we all started creeping up on our extensions,” Curry said. “Who was going to get the most (money) going into our fourth season? Especially because it was so point-guard-heavy.”