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Julius Randle agrees to four-year extension with Knicks

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Forward Julius Randle has signed a big four-year extension to stay with the New York Knicks. The deal is worth a reported $117 million. This contract is added on to his current one, bringing the Knicks’ total years of control to five and Randle’s salary to $140 million.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported the details of the trade via Twitter on Thursday morning.

Randle enjoyed his first All-Star selection in 2021, as he averaged career highs in points, minutes, rebounds, assists and three-point percentage, among others. This was Randle’s second double-double season, with 24.1 points and 10.2 rebounds per game. His 37.6 minutes per game led the entire NBA last season.

Behind Randle, the Knicks made the playoffs for the first time in eight seasons. He also helped coach Tom Thibodeau win NBA’s Coach of the Year award. Now, he can stay in New York until at least the 2026-2027 campaign.

Featured image courtesy of New York Post

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