Julius Randle’s trade value is soaring

Randle’s value increases every day, as he has returned to his star form after a historically poor start. He averaged 27.6 points on 54.5 percent shooting from the field and 8.9 rebounds in December and scored 20 or more points in 17 consecutive games.

After the Anunoby trade, some fans thought the Knicks would no longer be in the running for another star as they had traded away their two best young players Barrett and Quickley.

However, New York is still in a good position to make another splash, as they own 12 first-round picks over the next seven seasons and some mobile assets still on the roster like Randle, Quentin Grimes and Evan Fournier.