I noticed the shortage of point guards in the draft. There is shuch a shortage that there are some players who are gonna come out who shoud possibly stay another year. How come there is no love for Fields from Pitt? I think he is a proven leader. Shows that he can lead a good team (possibly the best team in the nation). But still not even a second round gamble? I am a WVU fan so I do not like Pitt but I do like a good mock draft. To me Fields is an easy gamble for a team needing an experienced, stable backup at the point. What do you think?
Levance Fields isn't even the best PG in Pittsburgh.......NBA is all about what they can do with you not what you are.......Levance is short, a step slow and not a good body. There is not one player in the NBA he would be able to guard. Aaron Jackson Of Duquesne is 6'4 explosive and athletic but a raw talent. So scouts look at levance and look at Aaron and would take Aaron over him every single time because they know they can mold Aaron into a great player....
why is there a shortage? there are a lot of first round pgs in this draft.....brandon jennings, maybe rubio, jeff teague, steph curry, patty mills, darren collison, ty lawson, aj price, curtis jerrells, etc. there are a lot of solid pgs and a few more decent 2nd rounders even. but fields is a solid player i agree, but i think he is considered to be a little bit small
I agree with you all 100%. My bother is a big fan of Fields and used my account. Fields is short, fat, slow, and cant even shoot that well. Someone would be crazy to draft him. Go pick up a free agent before drafting Fields.
He has no pro potential,he is like Khalid Al-Amin with an even worse jumper. He has a bad body ( he is super top heavy) and he looks to have bad quickness speed and athleticism for even a COLLEGE point,so he will get eating alive at the NBA at the very least. He isnt even mentioned by GM's because he has no potential,at ALL! Like I said before, if Ronald Ramon isnt in the league, then Fields has no chance.
Haha a short Shaq at point guard.