On Draft night, Ricky Rubio returned to Minnesota two days after signing for Oklahoma Football News



Two days after his transfer to Oklahoma City Thunder from the Phoenix Suns became known, the Spanish base Ricky Rubio has been transferred to the Minnesota Timberwolves the franchise that saw him debut in the NBA in 2011. There he played his first six seasons in the league.

This is the NBA because in one more move on Draft night, prior to the selection, Minnesota stayed with the Spanish in exchange for several rounds of choice in last night's draft. A priori, it seems that it is good news for Ricky, because despite the fact that his initial intention was to continue with the Suns, where he had a good regular season and were about to qualify for the playoffs, the Timberwolves, in the absence of a signing, They aim to be a better team than the Thunder.

In just 72 hours, Ricky has been through three teams. He started the week with the Suns, his signing for Oklahoma was closed – the Spaniard showed his doubts about it on social networks – and finally he will join the Timberwolves. In his previous stint in Minnesota, the Spanish point guard averaged 10.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, 8.5 assists and 2.1 steals in 353 games.

In Minnesota, furthermore, he could coincide with his compatriot Juancho Hernangómez, in case the Spaniard signs, as it seems he will be, a new contract with them. He will also share a dressing room with two reference players in the league: Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards the brand new first pick for the Wolves during tonight's draft. This young couple should be added to D'Angelo Russell. In Minnesota Ricky will meet again Ryan Saunders a coach with whom he has a good personal relationship.

At 30 years Ricky returns to where he started everything. Since leaving the franchise in 2017 he has played two seasons with the Utah Jazz and one more, the last, with the Suns. Thus, the Spanish point guard returns to a team where he left very good memories among his fans and whose clear objective seems to be in the next playoffs.

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