‘Randall, King of New York… I just want to win”

Jaylen Brunson (26, New York Knicks) defended teammate Julius Randle (28).

New York, to which the two belonged, defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers by 102-93 and 9 points in Game 4 of the first round of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs held at Maddy’s Square Garden in New York, New York, USA on the morning of the 24th (Korean time). Cleveland). 먹튀검증

Brunson recorded 29 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, including 5 3-pointers, and a field goal success rate of 50% (11/22), making him the number one contributor to the victory along with RJ Barrett.

In an interview after the match, Brunson mentioned Randall not arriving here. Brunson praised Randall, saying, “Julius has been a leader since the day I came to New York,” and “All he wants is to win.”

“When he has that mindset, he has a very good influence on the team,” he added. “We always leaned on him as a leader and he wants nothing but to win.”

“It’s not over yet,” Brunson said of the 3-1 series. “It’s near the end, but there’s nothing to celebrate, nothing to really rejoice about,” he said. .

Meanwhile, Randle was sluggish with 7 points and 2 rebounds in the game that day, and could not play in the 4th quarter. However, manager Tom Timbodue said that Randle is playing with an ankle injury sustained at the end of the regular season.

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