Rubio moving to U.S. to start new chapter in hoops career

The T-Wolves' point guard will be in the same country as his new team, but still pretty far away. He's making Los Angeles his U.S. home. He should be able to roust a pickup game there while waiting for the NBA lockout to end.
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The T-Wolves' point guard will be in the same country as his new team, but still pretty far away. He's making Los Angeles his U.S. home. He should be able to roust a pickup game there while waiting for the NBA lockout to end.

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