Rubio had arthroscopic surgery to repair his left ankle that he injured in a game on Nov. 7.
Rubio's season officially ended March 19.
Rubio severely sprained his ankle in a game Nov. 7 and has been trying to play through it this season. He finally shut it down for the year March 19.
The surgery is considered to be minor and Rubio is expected to be ready for the Wolves' training camp next season.
“Of course I have thoughts (on playing for the Spanish National Team). But right now I can’t think about it until the season is over," Rubio said. "Of course the priority this summer is my health. I haven’t been healthy and I owe this team a lot."
Rubio was shutdown for the remainder of the season on Saturday because of recurring left ankle pain.
Rubio finished with 10.3 points and 8.8 assists in just 22 games this season, another injury-riddled campaign for the Spanish star.
"I have time. I want to get ready. I want to be healthy. I want to improve," Rubio said in a brief meeting with reporters. "The main thing this summer is to get healthy."
Coach Flip Saunders confirmed that Rubio wouldn't play again this season, per the Star Tribune.
Rubio is battling an ankle injury and hasn't played since March 18.
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