Julius Randle

#30C-F

Julius

Randle

NBA All-Star Game
NBA All-Star Game

HEIGHT

6 ft9 in

/ 2.06m

WEIGHT

250 lbs

/ 113.4kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021800866 OKC NOP RECAP

Julius Randle puts up 33 points and 11 rebounds as New Orleans edges Oklahoma City.

All Dunks of the Day, 02/14/2019

0021800866_Jrue Holiday, Julius Randle Top Plays vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

0021800866_Julius Randle (33 points) Highlights vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

Julius Randle notches 33 points and grabs 11 boards as New Orleans beats Oklahoma City.

0021800866 - Julius Randle - New Orleans Pelicans - Oklahoma City Thunder - Dunk - 1Q

All Dunks of the Day, 02/12/2019

0021800851 ORL NOP RECAP

Nikola Vucevic, Evan Fournier, Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac all score 20+ points as the Magic win their fourth straight.

All Dunks of the Day, 02/09/2019

0021800823 - Julius Randle - Minnesota Timberwolves - New Orleans Pelicans - 2-pointer - 4Q

0021800805 NOP CHI RECAP

Julius Randle emerged off the bench for the Pelicans with 31 points as New Orleans beat Chicago 125-120. Lauri Markkanen recorded 30 points and 10 rebounds for the Bulls in the loss.

0021800805_Julius Randle (31 points) Highlights vs. Chicago Bulls

Julius Randle comes off the bench and scores 31 points to help the Pelicans beat the Bulls

0021800805_Julius Randle with 17 Points in the 4th Quarter vs. Chicago Bulls

All Dunks of the Day, 01/23/2019

0021800714 DET NOP RECAP

Blake Griffin drops 37 points and adds nine rebounds and seven assists as Detroit comes out victorious against New Orleans.

All Dunks of the Day, 01/21/2019

0021800697 NOP MEM RECAP

Jrue Holiday scores 21 points and both Jahlil Okafor (20 points, 10 rebounds) and Julius Randle (20 points, 12 rebounds) add double-doubles.

All Dunks of the Day, 01/18/2019

0021800677 - Julius Randle - New Orleans Pelicans - Portland Trail Blazers - Block - 4Q

0021800677 - Julius Randle - New Orleans Pelicans - Portland Trail Blazers - 2-pointer - 3Q

0021800663_New Orleans Pelicans Top 3-pointers vs. Golden State Warriors


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Selected by the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round (7th overall pick) in the 2014 NBA Draft...

PROFESSIONAL:
2015-16: Suited up in 81 games (60 starts), posting averages of 11.3 points, 10.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 0.65 steals and 0.36 blocks in 28.2 minutes … Registered a team-best 34 double-doubles, including one triple-double … Scored 10+ points 52 times, including 20+ points six times … Had 46 10+ rebound games this year, including eight with 15+ boards … One of only nine players in the NBA to average a double-double for the season, and did so in the fewest minutes played per game (28.2) of anyone in the group … Ended the year 6th in the NBA in total rebounds … One of 11 players in the NBA with 34+ point/rebound double-doubles … Finished 4th in the NBA in defensive rebounding percentage (32.0%) and 10th in total rebounding percentage (19.5%) … Had the most double-doubles among second-year players … Had six 20point/10rebounds games … Corralled a career-high 20 rebounds 4/6 vs. LAC … At 21 years and 129 days, Randle became the youngest Laker to ever grab 20+ rebounds in a game … Recorded first career triple-double with a career-high 10 assists, 18 rebounds (career-high 18 defensive boards) and 13 points 3/25 vs. DEN … Became the second-youngest player in Lakers history to record a triple-double (Magic Johnson) … The triple-double came in career-game No. 72, joining [listed reverse-chronologically] Elfrid Payton, Hassan Whiteside, Victor Oladipo, Michael Carter-Williams, and Tony Wroten as the only players in the last three seasons to record a triple-double within their first 75 career games … Set the 2015-16 Lakers individual bench-high in rebounding with 14 12/15 vs. MIL … Led the team in rebounding 68 times … Hit a game-winning 8’ jumper with :01.9 seconds remaining 3/30 vs. MIA to give Los Angeles its first overtime win of the year … 11/1 vs. DAL, scored 22 points with 15 rebounds, four assists, and a career-high four steals, all of which were team-highs … After reaching the 20-point/15-rebound performance plateaus in the same game, became just the fifth player in the last 20+ years to achieve the feat … Was the youngest player in the NBA to achieve those statistical plateaus since Anthony Randolph on 4/13/09, who is the only player younger to do so since at least the 1985-86 season … The only Lakers to achieve such plateaus since 1985-86 are Lamar Odom and Vlade Divac … Logged first career double-double in second NBA game, tallying 15 points and 11 rebounds in 30 minutes 10/28 vs. MIN … Posted a careerhigh 23 points with 14 rebounds 1/29 at LAC … Sat out one game due to a sprained left ankle (12/23).

2014 -15: Recorded first NBA points (two) in 14 minutes played 10/28 vs. Houston in professional debut before suffering a leg injury (tibia fracture, right leg) … Missed the remaining 81 games due to a tibia fracture, right leg (10/29-11/14, 11/16-4/15)

College History

2013-14 Season: Randle helped lead Kentucky to the national championship game and earned a trophy room full of honors: All-American, SEC All-Tournament, first-team All-SEC, SEC Freshman of the Year and SEC All-Freshman team.
Key statistics: 15.0 ppg, 10.4 rpg, 1.4 apg, 2.5 tpg, 30.8 mpg, .500 FG, .167 3PT, .706 FT

High School History

PERSONAL:
Son of Carolyn Kyles ... Has one sister, Nastassia ... Born Nov. 29, 1994 in Dallas, Texas ... Mother played basketball at Texas ... Chose Kentucky over Kansas, Texas and Florida ... In high school at Prestonwood Christian Academy, averaged 32.5 points and 22.5 rebounds per game as a senior en route to claiming the state title ... Won state titles during his freshman, junior, and senior seasons ... Ranked the nation’s consensus top power forward out of high school and was ranked the No. 2 overall player by Rivals, the No. 3 overall player by ESPN, and the No. 5 overall player by Scout ... McDonald’s All-America selection ... Earned co-MVP honors of the Jordan Brand Classic game with 19 points and seven rebounds ... Played in the FIBA tournament with Team USA’s U18 squad where he averaged 14.2 points and 6.6 rebounds per game ... Majoring in business ... Lists football as a non-sports related talent ... Favorite non-NBA sports team is the Dallas Cowboys ... Away from the court, Julius made it a point to give back to the community during his rookie season at events such as the Lakers Youth Foundation Casino Night, Lakers Youth Foundation Court Dedication at the Los Angeles Harbor Boys & Girls Club, Toys for Tots Collection, Season of Giving Holiday Party for Kids, USO Visit with Delta, Trees for Threes Tree Planting, Lakers Youth Foundation Golf Tournament, Camp Lakers and a visit with children at the Inglewood Salvation Army


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