Julius Randle, the All-NBA forward from the New York Knicks, made his unwavering work ethic apparent in a recent workout video shared on social media this Wednesday. With an inspiring caption, “Getting back to it ??”, the video showcases the two-time All-Star’s dedication to his recovery.
Randle underwent surgery on his left ankle earlier this offseason after sustaining an injury during the Knicks’ second-round postseason run. The video shows him participating in various aerobic exercises, diligently rehabilitating his injured ankle and preparing for the upcoming training camp this fall.
Reflecting on Randle’s Performance and Durability
Before his ankle injury at the end of the regular season, Randle was a model of strength and durability, participating in every single game. Not only was he present, but he was also dominant on the court, delivering impressive numbers game after game.
The forward, hailing from Kentucky, boasted an average of 25.1 points and 10 rebounds, with a shooting percentage of 46% from the floor and 34% from beyond the arc in his past 77 games with the Knicks. His performance not only earned him his second All-Star selection but also a place on the All-NBA team.
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Randle’s Progress: A Promise for the Knicks’ Future
Randle’s visible progress in his rehabilitation journey offers an encouraging sign for the Knicks, who aim to compete for an Eastern Conference Finals berth next season. With Randle and Jalen Brunson at the helm, the Knicks are looking forward to another successful run.
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