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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Ricky Rubio
Truth be told, no one believed Corey Brewer could do it. Not his teammate Ricky Rubio. Not his coach Rick Adelman. And certainly not his opponent, the Houston Rockets.
Throughout the San Antonio Spurs' 19-game winning streak, coach Gregg Popovich was practically begging for his team to lose to help them re-focus as the playoffs approached.
Making one free throw at the end of regulation wasn't enough for the Miami Heat, nor was making just one again at the end of the first overtime.
With bags under their eyes as big as the ones they had to pack for a rugged five-game road trip, the weary Memphis Grizzlies trudged into Target Center knowing they had one more fight before they could get back to the comforts of home.
Ricky Rubio hasn't given up on the idea of Minnesota making the playoffs.
The Minnesota Timberwolves can't afford any more lazy starts like the one that got them beat two nights ago. They can't afford any more losses to teams with inferior records. Their one last, desperate playoff push begins right now.
After Kevin Love hit back-to-back 3-pointers again, Enes Kanter put his hands out to his side and said, "What can I do?"
Kevin Love is used to carrying the beat-up Minnesota Timberwolves lately. This time, he finally had some help when he sat down to take a rest.
The Minnesota Timberwolves sent Kevin Love off to NBA All-Star weekend with a complete performance and a critical win.
The laughter spilled over from the Minnesota Timberwolves bench into the locker room long after the rout was finished, as a team that has been searching for some camaraderie and positivity basked in the blowout.
The NBA has acknowledged the Minnesota Timberwolves were on the short end of an officiating error once again, and the latest one cost them dearly in a loss to the Dallas Mavericks.
The Timberwolves are 7-4, and Ricky Rubio is orchestrating his team better than John Wall, who averages twice as many points at 16 per game.
Nikola Pekovic didn't want to leave Minnesota, and the Timberwolves weren't about to let him go.
Goodbye, David Kahn.
Washington turned the ball over 24 times, leading to 30 points by Minnesota. Nene had 12 points and eight boards and Emeka Okafor added 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Wizards, who squandered a 44-34 advantage on the boards against the short-handed Wolves.
"I want to watch it again and see if he really scored 51," Rubio said.
"He's one of a kind," Rubio said.