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Landry Fields is an enigma wrapped in a question mark.
Fields has a tendency to start games strong before fading down the stretch, a shortcoming that dates back to last season. However, it will be resolved by season's end.
While the shooting guard is known to start games strong, he's also known for having one terrific quarter and remaining silent the other three, whichever ones they may be.
Since the arrival of Carmelo Anthony, Fields' greatest downfall has been his inability to space the floor. He's used to a fast-paced offensive system, and isolation plays render him confounded off the ball.
If the past two games are any indication though, Fields has found his niche alongside Anthony. He knows now to give the small forward room to work and camp out behind the arc for a potential drive-and-kick.
That just leaves Fields' disappearing act and woes from the free-throw line (30 percent over the last two games). Those things will sort themselves out, though.
Why? Because the sophomore has finally established an identity within an Anthony-led offense.