New York Knicks big man Julius Randle has achieved at least one more major accomplishment this season. Randle made the NBA All-Star team, lead the Knicks to the playoffs, and now has won the NBA's Most Improved Player Award. Randle went from a guy that just about everyone from NBA Reporters and Insiders to fans thought would be traded as part of a complete rebuild in New York to being a key piece of the future at Madison Square Garden. The coolest part of Julis Randle winning Most Improved Player was who presented him with the trophy, his four-year-old son Kyden.

Here's your feel-good moment of the day for Knicks fans everywhere.

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Kyden Randle burst onto the scene when he spoke for all Knicks fans back in April after the Nets beat his dad's team 114-112.

Julius Randle's 2020-2021 numbers were truly impressive:
24.1 PPG
10.2 RPG
6.0 APG
2.3 3PG
37.6 MPG

All up from his 2019-2020 campaign:
19.5 PPG
9.7 RPG
3.1 APG
1.0 3PG
32.5 MPG

Now if Randle can lead the Knicks to at least a first-round series win over the Atlanta Hawks I'll be even happier and the future will look even brighter.

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