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2 - Landry Fields

6-7, 210 Small Forward
Stanford Senior
Birthday
06/27/88 (33.9 yrs)
Hometown
Long Beach, CA
High School
Los Alamitos
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
8
Size
8
Defense
7
Strength
8
Quickness
6
Leadership
7
Jump Shot
8
NBA Ready
8
Ball Handling
7
Potential
6
Passing
6
Intangibles
7
86 Overall:

NBA Comparison:

Strengths: A wing player with terrific size and a great scoring touch … He has continued to make noticeable improvements to his game, and has become a scoring machine in his senior season … An extremely versatile player, he is able to beat you with the dribble, with the shot or with his back to the basket … He is comfortable handling the ball on the perimeter and attacking off the dribble … At his best operating out of the triple threat where he uses his long jabs and shotfakes to create separation … He is extremely good going to the basket, where he has terrific patience and a wide variety of counter moves he can use in order to get the best shot … He has a tremendous touch on mid to short shots, and he is able to convert against multiple defenders …  Extremely aggressive slasher, he looks to get to the hoop for finishes or to draw contact … Very unselfish player, has good vision and is able to create plays for teammates … Rebounds the ball on both ends of the floor … Gets into the passing lanes …

Weaknesses: He is a bit skinny and does not have great explosiveness … How will he adapt to playing against quicker and stronger defenders at the next level? … Not a consistent shooter from deep or off the dribble … Has to improve his accuracy at the free throw line …

Borko Popic – 06/23/2010

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At Portsmouth Invitational Tournament –

He may have gone under the radar a bit this week because of his quiet game and less than spectacular stats, but Fields proved that he is a player and the he knows how to play the game.  Unlike many other guys at the camp, he wasn’t there to “prove himself” and by doing so force the issue, instead he picked his spots within the flow of the game and still made some very impressive plays.  Playing as a SG/SG, he has good size and very good length on the wing.  He sees the game and makes the extra pass to get his teammate a better shot if it’s available. He doesn’t have great athleticism and his quickness is subpar, but he has a very long first step and he is extremely effective at using shotfakes and jabs to create separation.  He is a dangerous slasher and he can slither through the defense with his length and more importantly finish plays at the end of it all.  He likes to operate on the baseline and is very crafty at using the glass to protect his shots. His touch around the basket is terrific, he plays the angles and is able to finish at a high percentage.  His outside shot is a work in progress, and unless his feet are completely set, he has a very hard time converting from the outside.  His release is very slow and it results in most of his shots being closely contested because it gives his defender more time to close the gap.  Lacking great footspeed, Fields has a hard time containing penetration off the dribble and will have problems defending at the next level.  Athletically his shortcomings are obvious, but he may just have enough size and game to overcome.

-Borko Popic 4/15/10

SEASON
TEAM
MIN
PTS
REB
AST
TO
A/T
STL
BLK
PF
FG%
FT%
3P%
PPS
2006-07STAN144.22.50.70.80.920.20.110.3630.6520.3031.01
2007-08STAN12.64.1210.81.220.30.21.20.3620.6250.3551.06
2008-09STAN30.712.66.61.91.91.051.20.52.10.4980.650.3681.34
2009-10STAN36.3228.82.82.61.071.60.820.490.6960.3371.39
PerGame 23.610.85.01.61.51.10.90.41.60.4630.6760.3421.29

 

SEASON
TEAM
GP
MIN
FG
FGA
FTM
FTA
3PM
3PA
PTS
OFF
DEF
TOT
AST
TO
STL
BLK
PF
2006-07STAN30420451241523206612524507422247429
2007-08STAN334154612720322262134175067332711738
2008-09STAN341045160321781203287430791472266663421870
2009-10STAN3211612485061792572986704811992808983512565
Totals 12930414991078292432103301139320144664721019711154202

YouTube Clip – 05/12/2010

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