Knicks' Julius Randle Says He 'For Sure' Belongs in NBA MVP Conversation


by Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report— Julius Randle will probably see his name on a few MVP ballots at the end of the 2020-21 season, and he said Tuesday he's embracing the attention.  "For

New York Post—Knicks’ Julius Randle has shot for something bigger than MVP. Someone forget to tell the Knicks that James Dolan blindsided his hockey franchise, not his basketball franchise. Suddenly, after Dolan fired his chief Rangers decision-makers, the Knicks acted as if he had dumped Tom Thibodeau and appointed Steve Mills to find his replacement. Wednesday night was throwback night in Denver, where the Knicks haven’t won

Bleacher Report—Julius Randle Says He's Open to Finishing Career with Knicks amid Resurgent Season. New York Knicks forward Julius Randle has enjoyed a breakout season that has seen him make his first All-Star Game and average 23.9 points, 10.5 rebounds and

CBSSports.com—NBA Most Improved Player race: Knicks' Julius Randle, Rockets' Christian Wood among top candidates for award. New Orleans' Brandon Ingram won the award last season