MIAMI — It’s hard to believe but we’re back here with Julius Randle.
Even after his redemptive season. Even after his All-Star appearance and All-NBA selection, we’re back to a year ago: a time of pressing questions about whether Randle was equipped for this city, and whether the Knicks are better off shipping the power forward elsewhere because there’s no reconciling the franchise’s bright lights and loudly critical fanbase with such a sensitive personality.
Randle’s playoffs, to put it mildly, were a disaster. He shot 37%. He accumulated about as many turnovers as assists. Against Miami, he met an All-World defender in Bam Adebayo, couldn’t move him in the post, and crumbled.
You can’t go from averaging 25 points in the regular season to 16 in the playoffs…
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