I believe I'm the biggest Rubio defender, but I got it. If the big offseason splash were bringing back Kevin Love, you keep Ricky Rubio around. When you're bringing in a ball dominant 3 like Jimmy Butler though, you need a three and D point guard. The problem with Teague is that he's a little more 3 and not that much D.
I thought of you when I made that comment. Maybe I am 2nd. Teague was like a lateral step with different issues but not as bad as this thread is making him out as. The Wolves do need to figure out how to play together though. The pieces don't fit well yet.