VIDEO: Ricky Rubio Is A Passing Wizard

Linsanity is fun and all, but Ricky Rubio is quite the impressive player to watch, as well. The Minnesota Timberwolves point guard has some crazy handles, and comes up with quite a few ridiculous passes time and again. If you're not watching the Rubio show, you're missing out.

On Friday night, Rubio had one such ridiculous pass. On somewhat of a broken play, Rubio made something out of nothing, finding Kevin Love for an easy bucket. This doesn't quite do what happened justice, so you'll have to check out the video after the jump. It's worth it.

Via Talk Hoops

There's no way this was how it was drawn up, but it sure looks like it could've been in the Wolves' playbook. Rubio turns a bouncing ball and a stumbling Love into a no-look, behind-the-back assist in a bit of point guard wizardry.

That Rubio kid's gonna be all right, y'all.

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