Shannon Sharpe reacts to Julius Randle’s career night in Lakers win over LeBron’s Cavaliers
In his reaction to Julius Randle's career-high 36 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists, Shannon Sharpe discusses Randle's dominant performance in the 127-113 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
- Look at Julius Randle, look at him sometimes. I think he's a more athletic Zach Randolph. No matter what direction he goes, he's coming back to his left hand on the left side. That's what is, Skip. Why they continuously let him get to his left hand and let him get up on the left side is unbeknownst to me.
- Where was the scouting for it? Uh-oh, Ty Lue back on the hot seat.
SHANNON SHARPE: I don't need no scout.
SKIP BAYLESS: Here we go, Ty Lue.
- I don't need this guy to report.
SKIP BAYLESS: Clock is ticking.
- I know he's left-handed. I know what he wants to do. Now, when they say he-- look, especially big left-handed, what is Zach Randolph doing for [INAUDIBLE]. And he's made a career out of it, Skip. Now, he plays above the rim, that he can get up. Zach, maybe a couple of years early in his career could jump like Julius Randle can. But Julius Randle, no matter where he is on the court, Skip, he's trying to get to that left hand--
SKIP BAYLESS: He is
- --on the left side of the basket.
SKIP BAYLESS: That is correct. And he's pretty successful at it.
- That's what I-- Skip, you know the guy was 14-18. And the shot that he missed, you're like, how did he miss that? Point blank, no jumper. Everything is dunks and layups.