Why did Sylven Landesburg Not get Drafted?!?!?!
CAn sumbody pleeaassssee explain this to me? i dont see how many players picked in the 2nd round are better than him. hes a pretty solid scorer. he doesnt have great explosiveness but hes pretty level headed. I jus need help understanding this.......
idk but i'm glad he's on the kings summer league roster
He should have stayed in school. Hes got potential but by no means is he ready for the NBA
It is because he has a terrible attitude, got kicked off UVA during the season. Too many red flags to spend a draft pick on him
Terrible attitude? Too many red flags? You make him sound like he broke a bottle over somebody's head. He made himself ineligible by never attending an art class that he signed up for.
IMO, If Landry "Damn" Fields is good enough to warrant a second-round pick, then so is Sylven Landesburg.
landry Fields led the Pac 10 in scoring and averaged 9 boards...idk why everyone thinks hes such a bad pick. if the Knicks took Stephenson noone would even care
It's because the Pac-10 sucked this year, and so did Stanford.
He should be a good spark off the bench backing up Omri at the 2 gaurd.
against UCLA he shot 13-18 and had 35 points and 10 boards
i dont care how bad the pac-10 was this year fields was a stud
against UW 3x this year (sweet 16 team this year) he had
17 pts 5 rebs 1 block 7/8 FT's
17 pts 7 rebs 4 assts
20 pts 14 rebs 2 assists only 1 turnover
he dropped 30 or more 3 times
12 of his first 13 games he scored 20 or more points
I'm not sure if you watched a UCLA game, but they looked almost retarded by how bad they played. 35 pts on UCLA is almost as in flated as Jon Scheyer dropping 41 on Gardner-Webb this year
Yes the pack 10 was weak this year ....but thats like saying Steph Curry was overated since he played for Davidson. Landry Fields had 23 and 13 vs Kentucky. 20 and 10 vs Cal. 20 14 vs Washington. All legit teams that made the tourny. He can play. Hes just not well known
surprisingly, he also has a 39 inch vertical (Fields does, not Landesburg).