Following a tough stretch that has included just one postseason berth in the last decade, the tide is turning for the New York Knicks. Julius Randle is a big reason why, as the team’s two-time All-Star refused to let his squad lose a tough road game against the Boston Celtics. Starting behind the 3-point line, Randle went head-to-head with defender Jaylen Brown as Randle used some dazzling dribbles to get into the paint before converting a difficult one-handed runner over multiple defensive challengers. Randle made 13 of 25 shots for a game-high 37 points while adding nine rebounds and five treys in New York’s exhilarating 120-117 overtime victory on January 26, 2023.
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