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Lakers News And Rumors: Julius Randle Will Workout For Team On Tuesday Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="140"] Julius Randle will workout for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday with the NBA Draft quickly approaching on June 26. The 6-foot-9 Kent [new_royalslider id="140"] Julius Randle will workout for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday with the NBA Draft quickly approaching on June 26. The 6-foot-9 Kent Rating: 0
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Lakers News And Rumors: Julius Randle Will Workout For Team On Tuesday

Julius Randle will workout for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday with the NBA Draft quickly approaching on June 26. The 6-foot-9 Kentucky power forward helped the Wildcats advance to the NCAA championship game. In 40 games, Randle averaged 15 points and 10.4 rebounds.

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  • yeah?

    Lakers work out Julius Randle… zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…. wake me up when they’re done

    • yovape

      dont sleep on him. hes the athletic zbo. yo rape

  • collectguardskupchak!!!

    LAL has been hit with bad luck since dr. buss passed… the future is with talented guards not big men in the draft… Lavine is a poor man’s michael cooper, but more athletic, if he is coached well on defense he can be a similar player with his athletic gift. but Smart is the right and best choice for LAL at this point if they want a good young talented guard…
    they be picking top 3 is dumbtoni didnt sabatage and made the flakers win the last 4 games of the season.. goodbye to parker, wiggins, and exum… f…!!!!
    BUSS/KUPCHAK BE SMART AND PICK SMART!!
    PEACE!!

    • truth24

      Gots probs be clever and not stupid by going after Smart. aight!

    • http://www.haveslot.com/ richard

      yeah right… Let me ask you a real question… how many times has a team lead by an MVP PG won a championship??? Isaiah Thomas was so long ago, if you are thinking about him…. the spurs’ had Parker, but not an MVP Parker… you can’t say the future is in PG…. when talent comes, regardless of position, that is where the future is!

      • LAL

        I agree with you but I would not take Randle over Smart, Vonleh or possibly Gordon if they are available at 7. If let’s say Randle is the only one available, I would trade down for 2 first round picks, maybe draft Saric & Lavine (if they are available).

        Randle has low ceiling – I don’t see him as a future All-Star calibre. He’s good in college because of his size but in NBA, his size won’t be such a huge advantage. And his decent wingspan doesn’t help either.

        • iro39

          Plus Randle’s too slow to guard anybody, if he goes up against Durant, he’ll probably give up 10 dunks cause Durant will just blow right by him off the dribble. Randle will be a horrible pick for the Lakers. AWoj said his foot has an injury from “high school” – any player that has an injury not healed from high school shouldn’t be playing in the NBA. Mitch and Jim would be out of their minds to draft this guy.

          • youRmother

            yo your mother. he saw the best doctor he could and said he didn’t need surgery and his foot is fine. watch lakers draft him you’ll see how nice he is. your mother you flag

  • LakersHeatBeef

    The Lakers FO must really love Julius Randle if he is getting a private workout.

    • yovape

      maybe its all a front so no one wants to draft him. so lakers can draft him or many other options like smart, vonleh, gordon, saric, lavine. u never know they can get more picks. yo rape

  • David Savage

    Well in terms of a coach/superstar combo who wouldnt say MJ and Phil Jackson xD

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