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Rubio is 'Rookie of the Month'

The NBA has named Timberwolves rookie guard Ricky Rubio the Western Conference Rookie of the Month after a stellar January. Rubio's high point came just last week when he scored 18 points and dished out 10 assists in the Timberwolves' drubbing of the Spurs.
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The NBA has named Timberwolves rookie guard Ricky Rubio the Western Conference Rookie of the Month after a stellar January. Rubio's high point came just last week when he scored 18 points and dished out 10 assists in the Timberwolves' drubbing of the Spurs.

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