The thing about Rubio is he has potential to transcend the sport. You don't have to be a fan of the sport to have fun watching him play. There are simply not many players that have that sort of skill set.
I'm a huge Wild fan and I attend more Wild games then Wolves game but if you haven't seen that kid play you should.
I'm just stating that although we lost a great player in KG and our best player at the time(Jefferson) and have virtually nothing left from those trades. And have done some terrible drafting, yet we are still a good and improving team.
Yeah, it's pretty low to publicly rip on your old team. But, can you blame him? He gave 110% every game out there on bad teams. Except for the one or two seasons we had Spreewell and Cassel.
Yes, he tried to be "the King" here and rode out the storm, unlike "The King" who made a spectacle and basically destroyed his old team and flew the coup to a team stacked. Similar though in that Boston was pretty much a contender.