Julius Randle reacts to Jalen Brunson missing potential game-winning free-throws


With 6.1 seconds left to play in the fourth quarter Jalen Brunson stepped to the free-throw line to take two free-throws as the Knicks led by one point against the Bulls.

However, the 26-year-old point guard missed both attempts and Chicago managed to organize an offense which ended with DeMar DeRozan making jumpshot with 0.1 on the clock to give his team the win (118-117).

Julius Randle was asked about Brunson’s missed free-throws after the game. He said that such moments should be cherished because they reveal who the player really is.

“You got to cherish those moments,” the 28-year-old center said, per Knicks Videos on Twitter. “You have to really love those type of moments because you find out who you are as a person, who you are as a player. If I know what I know, he’ll come back next game and be great.”

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