Julius Randle falls apart as Knicks loses to Jaz

On a night the Knicks needed Julius Randle as a Garden star against the mighty Jazz, he laid an egg while Donovan Mitchell shone.

The Knicks missed a big chance to make March more interesting with a 108-93 loss to the Jazz on Sunday as Randle stank from the yard and heard well-deserved late boos.

Julius Randle dribbles during the Knicks' loss to the Jazz.
Julius Randle dribbles during the Knicks’ loss to the Jazz.
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Donovan Mitchell finished the game with 36 points which put the game high.
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Randle finished the field 6-of-22 (1-of-6-of-3) with 13 points and got into a skirmish in the dying seconds with Rudy Gobert shoving him while the French center tried to calm the angry Knick.

No wonder Randle was frustrated when his shot was seemingly blocked by jazz centers Gobert and Hassan Whiteside all night.

On the stretch as the Knicks got within range, Randle blew an easy layup at 95-89, then lost the ball dribbled in traffic with a 3:40 left, after which he heard it from the crowd.

In turn, Mitchell, the Westchester product and Leon Rose’s former client at CAA, beat the Knicks by 36 points, making 7 of 12 3-pointers and throwing a vicious lefty jam with 5:50 left and the Knicks. Julius Randle falls apart as Knicks loses to Jaz


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