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Numbers suggest Ricky Rubio is the 29th best point guard in the NBA

ESPN's John Hollinger is considered one of the best number-crunchers in basketball. He says Ricky Rubio is the 29th best point guard in the NBA, based on his player efficiency rating (PER). Hollinger says Rubio "still can become a fantastic player, but right now he's not."
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ESPN's John Hollinger is considered one of the best number-crunchers in basketball. He says Ricky Rubio is the 29th best point guard in the NBA, based on his player efficiency rating (PER). Hollinger says Rubio "still can become a fantastic player, but right now he's not."

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