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On Wednesday night, the New York Knicks forward Julius Randle tried more free throws than in any other game this season. Despite this, his dissatisfaction with the officiating was evident during the Knicks’ away game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

This frustration manifested in moments such as neglecting to return to defense at least once and repeatedly appealing to the referees regarding the uncalled contact.

“I mean, I shot [a season-high] 13 free throws,” Randle, who sank 10 of those attempts, said after the game. “It’s tough to get every call. Did I think a few were missed? Yes. As far as consistency, I had a respectful conversation with [referee] James [Capers].

“It was just a little frustration with the consistency with the calls. But like I said, I got 13 free throws, so it’s hard to really complain. They’re not going to get every one right.

“They’re not perfect. You know, those are little things that happen in the game and you’ve just got to move on and keep playing. They’ll get more right than they get wrong.”