Julius Randle's frustration and lack of effort in a crucial moment had a significant impact as the Knicks lost 105-110 to the Bucks.
In a crucial moment against the Bucks, Julius Randle's frustration boiled over, and his actions had a significant impact on the outcome of the game
With the Knicks trailing by a single point (104-103), Jalen Brunson attempted a tough fadeaway shot after driving into the paint.
The shot did not sit well with Randle, who was stationed on the wing with Giannis Antetokounmpo as his defender.
In a display of his displeasure, Randle threw his hands up in the air, clearly agitated by the shot selection.
However, the sequence took a turn for the worse for the Knicks.
The Bucks, led by Khris Middleton, swiftly transitioned to the other end of the court.
Damian Lillard drove hard to the basket, converting a layup while drawing a foul for an and-one opportunity.