Randle Tweaks Ankle @ NBA Draft Combine

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Updated: 5/16 7:08 pm
Julius Randle went through drills today at the NBA Draft Combine.  A scary moment for Solid Blue fans and the Randle camp during the shuttle though.

Randle, the first time through, pulled up with a tweaked ankle.

He'd go back through the drill a second time and tweak his ankle again, coming out of his shoe.

You can see in the video it wasn't serious.  Randle kind of laughing it off, but for his agent and maybe even deep down for Randle, a sigh of relief that it didn't sprain or worse.

Hear from Randle on the ankle with ESPN's Andy Katz in the video.

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