MEMPHIS With every 30-point game, every 3-point shot, every barrel to the rim or whipped pass to the corner, the buzz is growing for Julius Randle.
It started early in the season with All-Star consideration, then talk shifted to leading candidate for Most Improved Player. Last month, the talk was being a shoo-in for one of the three All-NBA Teams.
And now its moved to the league’s highest individual honor MVP.
Beyond just the giddy chants at the Garden and even small ones in Houston on Sunday and…