Knicks' Julius Randle Set For Season-Ending Surgery On Right Shoulder

Photo: Instagram/Julius Randle

New York Knicks forward Julius Randle is facing season-ending surgery on his right shoulder, following a dislocation suffered on January 27th. 

Despite hopes of a postseason return, Randle's rehabilitation efforts fell short, leading to the decision for surgery. 

The team anticipates reevaluating his condition in five months.

Photo: Instagram/Julius Randle

Randle's absence adds to the Knicks' injury woes, with fellow player OG Anunoby also sidelined due to a right elbow injury.

However, the team saw a recent boost with the return of center Mitchell Robinson after a lengthy absence. 


Randle, a 2024 All-Star, leaves behind a significant statistical footprint for the season, averaging 24 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 5 assists over 46 games. 

Despite these setbacks, the fifth-seeded Knicks (44-31) remain determined in their push towards the playoffs.

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Source: NBA 

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