2010 NBA Draft: Landry Fields Only Bay Area Player To Get Drafted

Will any Bay Area products -- former high school or college players -- other than Fields get drafted? Will California Bears' Jerome Randle crack the top 40? Is Harvard's Jeremy Lin, former star at Palo Alto High School, on the Golden State Warriors' radar?

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Landry Fields Drafted By the Knicks, Booed Because Knicks Fans Don't Know Who He is

It wasn’t Randle or Samahan that got picked first, but the Cardinal’s Landry Fields, who went from probably being undrafted to being the first Bay Area player picked in the 2010 NBA Draft. The second of two consecutive picks by the Knicks, at 39th he went way higher than most people thought he would. And I mean he wouldn’t be drafted.

Jay Bilas describes him as a “guy who still needs to learn how to create his own shot.” Just the kind of player LeBron James wants on his future team, right?

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