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NBA. Real chasm. The New York Knicks basketball player outperformed his rivals

Julius Randall left his rivals behind to claim the award for the basketball player who made the most progress in the NBA in the 2020/21 season. His son gave him the small statue!

Dawid Semenicki

Julius Randall

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The Memorial Trophy was awarded to Jordan Clarkson’s Best Substitute by his colleague – Joe Inglis (more here >>), who incidentally was a competitor in this category. When it comes to voting for the player who made the most progress, Julius Randall won, he got the statuette from his son!

The New York Knicks player has improved on each of the most important elements when it comes to basketball skill. It is also worth noting that in all of them he scored the best result in his career. On average, he scored 24.1 points (41 percent three times), adding to it 10.2 rebounds, 6 assists and nearly one steal per match.

– I would like to thank everyone who participated in this award, i.e. my team mates, without whom I would not have received this award – admit the basket, according to ESPN. – My goal is to get the best of them. I don’t want to be selfish. I want to be a better friend and captain of our team – added the 26-year-old, the first Knicks player to win the MVP award in history.

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– It feels really nice. Most importantly because I represent an organization with great traditions and great history, and I am first in this aspect – said Randall, who scored as many as 493 points out of 500 possible votes. So he left no illusions to Grammy Grant II and III Michael Porter about who was by far the best! Now, the undershirt should prove that it was in the qualifiers that the New Yorkers began to defeat.

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At Madison Square Garden, the Knicks had to acknowledge the superiority of the Atlanta Hawks, leading to the victory by debuting at PO Trae Young – a score of 32 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds. Against this background, Randall, who also played his first post-season match, was pale. At first glance, a 15 “point” streak, 12 rebounds and 4 assists were fine, but the NYK captain scored only 6 out of 23 throws, so he has something to work on before Match # 2.

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