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Rubio steamed over 4th-quarter benching

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(Photo courtesy: Minnesota Timberwolves/David Sherman.)

“We’re going to talk.”

That from Ricky Rubio to the Pioneer Press last night after acting coach Terry Porter held him out of the fourth quarter in the Wolves’ 91-83 loss to Brooklyn.

Rubio told reporters he didn’t like it, and wants to know why.

Porter told the Star Tribune he opted to play J.J. Barea instead of Rubio based on “who’s hot and who’s not hot,”

Barea finished with 11 points, Rubio had five points -- and this stellar between-the-legs pass to Derrick Williams:

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