Real Madrid reached a new agreement with forward Anthony Randolph to keep working together next season, the club announced Thursday. Randolph (2.11 meters, 27 years old) averaged 10.2 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 34 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague games last season, helping Madrid reach the Final Four. He also lifted the Spanish Copa del Rey trophy with Madrid last season, his first with his current team. Randolph was named to the 2015-16 All-EuroLeague Second Team after posting 14.5 points and 6 rebounds over 23 games for Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar that season, helping it reach the Final Four. It was his second post-season award in as many seasons with Lokomotiv - Randolph was an All-Eurocup Second Team choice the season prior. Randolph missed the start of the 2015-16 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.