New York Knicks fans have had a rocky relationship with Julius Randle since day one, but after his playoff series loss, he may be at his worst.

The two-time All-Star received MVP chants at Madison Square Garden in the 2020-21 season when he led the Knicks to their first playoff appearance in eight years. The following season, he was seen giving a thumbs down to fans who booed him due to poor play.

There began the love-hate relationship, but for the moment, there is no love lost.

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Julius Randle

Julius Randle of the New York Knicks after being injured during a Miami Heat game at Madison Square Garden on March 29, 2023. (Dustin Satloff/Getty Images)

After the Knicks were knocked out of the playoffs with their second-round loss to the Miami Heat, fans walking near MSG were seen tearing down a Randle poster and stomping on it.

With the anger came the celebration of other Knicks fans who watched the rampage continue.

The frustrations of Knicks fans are justified: In the Knicks’ final game of the season, Randle, who averaged a career-high 25.1 points per game in the regular season, scored just 15 on 3-of-14 shooting. Randle averaged 18.8 points per game against Miami and 16.6 during the playoffs.

Randle earned his second career All-Star nomination earlier this season.

Julius Randle drives

Julius Randle of the Knicks drives against the Miami Heat during the Eastern Conference semifinals on May 2, 2023 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. (Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)

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It should be noted that Randle suffered an ankle sprain late in the regular season that worsened in the playoffs, forcing him to miss Game 1 of the Heat series. However, it seems that Knicks fans don’t care much about that.

Jalen Brunson scored 41 of the Knicks’ 92 points in Game 6.

The Heat are now through to their third Eastern Conference final in the past four years as the eighth seed: They will face the winner of the Philadelphia 76ers-Boston Celtics series, which ends with Sunday’s Game 7.

Julius Randle looks on before a playoff game

Julius Randle of the New York Knicks before the game against the Cavaliers on April 18, 2023 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland. (David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)

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Randle has two years left on his four-year contract, worth more than $117 million, which he signed before the 2021-22 season.