How Knicks’ Julius Randle performed in 2023 NBA All-Star Game

Feb 19, 2023 in Salt Lake City (UT), USA. Julius Randle, forward for Team LeBron, and Domantas Sabonis, forward for Team Giannis, battle it out for a tip-off at the start of the 2023 NBA All-Star Game. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Creveling-USA TODAY Sports / © Christopher Creveling-USA TODAY Sports

Julius Randle scored 11 points on 5-of-10 shooting in 20 minutes off the bench as the Knicks forward and Team LeBron lost the 2023 All-Star Game 184-175 to Team Giannis.

Randle also went 1 for 5 long-range, grabbed 2 rebounds and was able to dish two assists.

Before Sunday’s action at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, the two teams picked via a draft. Randle was selected by Team LeBron, a Los Angeles Lakers star. LeBron JamesAs the 10th reserve from the total of 14

Randle was assisted by the Sacramento Kings guard to get on the board. De’Aaron FoxTeam LeBron led 29-26 at the quarter’s 5:05 mark. The assist came from former Nets Guard Kyrie IrvingIn the fourth quarter, to reduce the deficit to 177-166.

Team Giannis was leading 158-141 and the target score to win was 182. The fourth quarter began with Team Giannis leading 158-1141. Team LeBron slashed the Boston Celtics guard to cut the deficit down to 181-175 Jaylen Brown‘s 3-pointer, but Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian LillardThe Team Giannis win was secured by’s triple seconds later.

With the Knicks who entered the All-Star break as 33-27 and sixth in the Eastern Conference after this past Wednesday’s 122-101 win over the Atlanta Hawks, Randle is averaging 24.8 points and 10.8 rebounds this season.

Randle, who was a participant in Saturday’s 3-Point Contest that Lillard won, will be back in action with the Knicks on Friday in the 7 p.m. Washington Wizards game. New York is back at The Garden Saturday with a 7:30 p.m. tipoff against the New Orleans Pelicans.

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