Ricky Rubio's rookie season ended with an injury, but that hasn't slowed his trick shot-making skills. The Euroleague legend was the first player born in the 1990s to be drafted in the NBA.

Rubio's rookie season with the Timberwolves ended early when he tore his ACL after colliding with Kobe Bryant. He averaged 10.6 ppg, 8.2 assists and 4.2 rebounds despite shooting a lousy 35 percent from the floor.

In this trick shot video, the Spanish point guard sinks a basket backwards from a chair. Although we aren't sure exactly when the clip was shot, you can clearly see Rubio's left leg in a pretty serious brace.

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