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And the Rabbit Scores
When Ricky Rubio was drafted out of Spain with the fifth overall pick in 2009, he was touted as one of the most dynamic point guard prospects in years, mostly because of his outstanding ability to do one thing: assist.
A YouTube sensation, the Minnesota Timberwolves even selected Rubio ahead of 2014-15 MVP Stephen Curry. Although he's had an up-and-down career marred by injuries, Rubio's unselfish wizardry was on full display against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.