Julius Randle Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Julius Randle Celebrity Life

Julius Deion Randle or Julius Randle is a basketball professional from America. He was born on November 29th, 1994 and plays for the New York Knicks from NBA. During his second campaign with the Kentucky Wildcats, he was included in the third team of All-American.

 He was picked as the 7th overall by the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1st round NBA drafts of 2014. In his regular NBA debut, he injured his right foot and was sidelined for the remainder of the season.

After completing 4 seasons with the Lakers, he moved to the New Orleans Pelicans. During the 2018–19 season, he had an average of 21.4 points per match which was also a career-best. Later he moved to the New York Knicks.

Professional career

Los Angeles Lakers (2014–2018)

Randle injured his leg after just 14 minutes into his NBA debut, ruining his rookie season in a match versus the Houston Rockets. After successfully completing surgery, he missed the remaining part of the season.

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Randle came back to action on the Summer League in July of 2015. He made 15 points along with 11 rebounds starting against the Minnesota Timberwolves in a loss in the season’s opening game.

He also had a strong start in November versus the Dallas Mavericks with 22 points, 4 assists, 1 block, and 4 steals but the team lost the game.  He made a career-best of 19 rebounds during a victory over the Washington Wizards. 

He netted a career-best of 23 points in a defeat versus the Los Angeles Clippers. He equaled this record against the Orlando Magic which they won. The first triple-double of his career came versus the Denver Nuggets as he netted 13 points, 10 assists, and 18 rebounds although the team lost the match. He became the youngest player in Lakers history to score triple-double after Magic Johnson did it.

 Randle played with the US Select squad that competed versus the USA National men’s team before the Summer Olympics of 2016.

Randle’s 2nd triple-double came during a victory versus the Brooklyn Nets in November 2016. He played all 15 matches to start the 2016–17 season. He recorded his 3rd ever triple-double versus the Memphis Grizzlies, helping his team to victory. A 4th one followed versus the Dallas Mavericks in a loss. He set a new career-best of 32 points versus the Houston Rockets in March.

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2017–18 season

Randle started as a reserve and played well in the role of the backup center. He made season-best of 29 points in December 2017 during a defeat to Houston Rockets after overtime. He improved his career-best to 36 points during a victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He was the only Laker to appear for all 82 matches of the season. His starting average was 18.6 points, 3.1 assists, and 9.1 rebounds. At the close of the season, he turned a free agent with restrictions and these were lifted later.

New Orleans Pelicans (2018–2019)

Randle entered into a 2 year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans in July 2018 for a contract worth $18 million. He scored 25 points after coming on as a substitute in his debut versus the Houston Rockets and helped them win the match.

He came up with his 6th triple-double making 21 points, 10 assists, and 14 rebounds from 25 minutes during a victory against the San Antonio Spurs. His career-best came in a defeat versus the Los Angeles Clippers when he netted 37 points. He improved this count to 45 points in a defeat versus the Portland Trail Blazers in March.

New York Knicks (2019–present)

Randle signed for the New York Knicks in July 2019.

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