Julius Randle may seek to copy James Harden

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It doesn’t take a genius to see that things aren’t going well for the New York Knicks.

The team is currently in 11th place in the East with a painful 34-42 record.

This comes just a season after the team held fourth place at the start of the playoffs.

Part of the team’s problem revolves around Julius Randle, who is not playing at the same level as last year.

And apparently things are looking pretty bad for Randle and the team behind the scenes.

It is reported that some in the league believe Randle could work his way to another team in a “James Harden-like” fashion.

Apparently things are so bad with Randle and his team that he dresses himself in a separate area of ​​the locker room.

So is this the end of Randle in New York?

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Things have been bad all over the place for the Knicks this year, it’s not just Randle who is struggling.

However, Randle’s issues have been impossible to ignore.

The big man was named the NBA’s Most Improved Player for the 2020-21 season with an average of 24.1 points, 10.2 rebounds and 6 assists.

This year, he has 20.1 points, 10 rebounds and 5.1 assists.

It doesn’t sound like a major change, but Randle’s issues are evident when you watch him play.

He lacks the same power, drive and enthusiasm on the pitch.

These problems, along with all the others plaguing the Knicks, led to the team’s collapse.

The team’s fans are begging the front office to do something – anything – to change everything.

You can expect maybe a few players – and staff – to be kicked out in the offseason.

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