Real Madrid bolstered its frontline by signing Anthony Randolph, who was among the top big men in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague last season. Randolph was named to the All-EuroLeague Second Team after posting 14.5 points and 6 rebounds over 23 games for Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar, helping it reach the Final Four. It was his second post-season award in as many seasons with the club; Randolph was an All-Eurocup Second Team choice the season prior. Randolph missed the start of last season due to injuries, but made a major impact upon his return. He was at his best in the playoff series against FC Barcelona Lassa, in which he posted a double-double in the opening game and erupted for 28 points in an overtime Game 4 victory to keep his team alive. Before coming to Lokomotiv, Randolph spent six seasons in the NBA with Denver, Minnesota, New York and Golden State.