Julius Randle leads Knicks to win over Cavaliers, snapping four game losing streak

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NEW YORK — The difference wasn’t Donovan Mitchell. It was Julius Randle. Behind a 36-point, 13-rebound effort from Randle, the Knicks avoided a fourth-quarter collapse Tuesday and toppled the Cavaliers, 105-103, snapping their four-game losing streak. Randle was one of the late-game heroes with a go-ahead 3-pointer with two minutes remaining, and Isaiah Hartenstein stopped a game-tying bucket by contesting Mitchell at the rim in the final seconds. Mitchell, the All-Star who the Knicks failed to acquire in the summer, finished with 24 points in 38 minutes on 9 of 24 shooting. The Knicks (26-23)…

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