April 12, 2018, 4:46 amJulius RandlePF, Los Angeles Lakers
Julius Randle piled up six points, five rebounds, three assists in the Lakers' win over the Clippers on Wednesday night.
Randle was once pegged as the odd man out of the Lakers' frontcourt and a player sure to be dealt by the time February came along. The trade deadline came and went, Larry Nance Jr was moved to Cleveland and Randle rose to the occasion, turning 2017-18 into a career year. He scored a career-high 16.3 points and shot a career-best 56 percent. This former Kentucky Wildcat is ending up with a top-150 finish and that's mostly due to how he's played since the beginning of February, averaging 20.2 points, 9,2 rebounds and 3.3 assists. Randle went from odd man out to franchise building block and he'll be among the hottest mid-round names in next year's fantasy draft,