Julius Randall got angry with the Raffs after crushing Nix’s loss

Julius Randall was in no mood to be around and talk to Philadelphia in less than a week after losing his second crush on the Knicks.

The all-star forward was forced to work overtime with a 3-pointer near the end of the regulation, but he was called for what was called a “developed call” and kept the “ridiculous” loose ball out of the game – leading Tobias To proceed for free in the last second by Harris.

Randall also jumped 18 feet as the Sixers at Garden ran out of time for a terrific loss of 101-100, and he ran off the podium after answering a question in his postgame Zoom Call.

“Extravagant calls by officials. Not enough contact for them to call a play, ”Randall said. “I don’t know who he was – Nerlens [Noel] – but clearly he was in possession [of the ball].

“After all the gossip and what’s going on, it’s ridiculous for them to call and decide the game. They have to do a better job. It has many games like this. “

The game was played with two referees because Danica Mosher was not available due to the league’s health and safety protocols, and both teams complained of receiving Randall and Thibodeau technical fouls early in the game.

Randall was also furious with officials after he was called for a trip in Brooklyn last Monday within seconds of the termination of another possession loss. The next day the NBA ruled that the call was correct.

Julius Randall, during the loss of the Knicks' 76ers tonight.
Julius Randall, during the loss of the Knicks’ 76ers tonight.

The All-Star forward scored 24 points and finished with Alec Burks at 20, including seven in overtime, but the Knicks lost 21-22 in two home games against Washington on Tuesday and Thursday.

Mitchell Robinson played for the first time since breaking his right arm on February 12 against the Wizards, and finished off the bench with four points and six rebounds in 16 minutes. By the end of the fourth quarter he was weakened by a possible ankle injury in the bench area.

Emanuel Quickly also returned after a game absence due to an ankle issue, scoring 10 points on a 4-for-12 shooting.

The chaotic game, which featured a combined 36 turnover between the two teams, ended in three quarters.

Remaining in the second half: 31: with 1, the Sixers advanced with 114 points, but the Knicks finished halfway through the 1-0-0 race, with Quickley’s two-pointers and Barrett closing in on Steam and Lapup under inter 43-44. Was conducted.

Noel (13 points) and Ryan Barrett (19) led the Knicks in the opening minutes of the third quarter in the bucket, and they led by six in the period before reaching the Sixers final. Quarter.

Danny Green’s floater gave Philly an 88-85 lead with 19.1 seconds left, but his fellow Long Island product Harris threw two free seconds later. Connected for 3 game-tying from the right corner with a 6.4 tick on the Randall clock to push overtime.

Reggie Bullock’s 3-pointer led the Knicks to 100-96 with 1:10 to play, but Harris (20 points) responded with a second Mack from a long distance. Shake Milton missed a potential go-ahead ahead layout, but Randall whistled for a loose ball foul as Noel caught a rebound, and Harris threw two free throws with 5.3 seconds and one led Philadelphia.

After the game, referee Courtney Kirkland told the Pool Reporter that Randall had committed a “loose ball foul” and that Thibodeau did not indicate he would challenge the play in the allotted time.

“They said we didn’t challenge – two officers, tough calls. That’s all I can say about it. It’s very clear, ”Thibode said.“ I haven’t seen it [the replay] Yet. Usually at the end of the game, there is going to be – as they would say – marginal contact, accidental contact, contact with each other.

“All I know is that we were hit hard and there was no marginal contact.”