Stephen A. Smith Reacts to Julius Randle’s Season-Ending Injury: A Devastating Blow for the Knicks

It’s not just the fans who feel the pain, but also voices in the sports media: Stephen A. Smith expressed his disappointment over the absence of Knicks star Julius Randle. Known for not mincing words, Smith emphasized how important Randle is to the structure of the team and how much his presence will be missed during crucial stages of the season.

TV journalist learns live about NBA star’s injury – and collapses

The ESPN personality and lifelong Knicks fan was devastated by the news that Julius Randle will need shoulder surgery, which was announced live on “First Take” Thursday morning. Randle had spent the past two months recovering from his injured shoulder, hoping to avoid surgery and return before the end of the regular season. Instead, the forward will have to undergo surgery and miss the rest of the year, as ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

Before the shoulder injury, Randle had had another spectacular season for the Knicks. In 46 games, Randle averaged 24.0 points, 9.2 rebounds and 5.0 assists while shooting 47.2% from the field and 31.1% from three-point range. With seven games remaining in the regular season, the Knicks are 44-31 and in fifth place in the East.

2024-04-05 13:27:00
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