Will Foot Injury Hinder Julius Randle's Stock?

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Updated: 6/12 7:42 pm
2014 NBA Draft exactly 14 days away. Several media outlets claiming Julius Randle may limp across the stage after hearing his name called.

Randle's stock taking a hit due to a foot injury the former UK forward suffered back during his senior year of high school.

The reports claim he needs surgery on his right foot after the draft.

The procedure expected to sideline Randle for 6 to 8 weeks but won't hinder him from participating in training camp in the fall.

Randle responded on twitter calling the story inaccurate.
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