Stefan Bondy: Knicks need to stop pretending the Julius Randle problem doesn’t exist

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — It’s hard to remember a player with such extreme love and hatred of his job like Julius Randle. He loves it enough to play through injuries, to play through frustration, to lead the league in minutes last season after turning his 6-8 enormous body into a conditioned machine. As Randle said Sunday, following just his second missed game due to injury over three seasons with the Knicks, “I hate taking time off.” It’s a refreshing stance in today’s NBA world, where too many stars treat the regular season like a Lazy Sunday. And yet, it’s hard to understand why Randle wants so badly to b…

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