I thought you guys would find this article interesting. This is an economics approach to the statistical numbers. I'm not going to make the argument that Rubio is harder to replace than Love but I will argue that the positive influence each of them have on the Wolves finding a win is a smaller gap than many believe.
Love puts up statistical numbers for the stat hound to munch on. Love also has deficiencies which lowers his impact on a win significantly. Rubio doesn't put up stat lines (especially efficient stats) but his impact on the team finding a win is greater than can be shown statistically.
Rubio's play DOESN'T help the team find a win more than Love's does. That is not the point of me posting this link. The gap between the two (especially for you statistical based people) isn't as large as you think it is.