Julius Randle's Career-High 57 Points Not Enough As Knicks Suffer Disappointing Loss To Timberwolves

Photo: Instagram/Julius Randle 

The New York Knicks suffered a tough loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, despite a career-high 57 points from Julius Randle.

The Timberwolves were missing two key players, but they used a balanced offense with seven players scoring in double figures to counter Randle’s huge performance.

Taurean Prince had an impressive night, going 8-for-8 from beyond the arc and finishing with a team-high 35 points.

Photo: Instagram/Julius Randle 

While Randle was the lone bright spot for the Knicks, Jalen Brunson and Immanuel Quickley had 23 and 19 points respectively, but the rest of the team failed to step up defensively.

Knicks fans expressed their frustration with the team's performance, feeling that the rest of the team let Randle down.

Some fans pointed out that defense and contributions from other players were necessary for a win, while others expressed disappointment with the lack of a cohesive end-game strategy.

Despite the heartbreaking loss, it is hoped that the Knicks will learn from the game and come back stronger.

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Source: Clutch Points


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