Re-Drafting The Top-Heavy 2010 NBA Draft

27. New Jersey Nets (to ATL) — Landry Fields



Original Spot For Fields: 39th Overall (Knicks)
Original 27th Pick: Jordan Crawford

A key cog for the New York Knicks during the Linsanity craze, Fields was a good player and even better friend. Fields averaged 31 minutes per game in his rookie year, an unlikely number for a player’s inaugural season. Fortunately, he performed quite well in that time, averaging 9.7 PPG, 6.4 RPG while shooting 49.7-percent from the field and 39.3-percent from three. Unfortunately, that was Fields’ best season and he decided to retire following the 2015. Fields now works as a college scout for the Spurs.

26. Oklahoma City Thunder (to NO) — Nemanja Bjelica



Original Spot For -: 35th Overall (Wizards to T’Wolves)
Original 26th Pick: Quincy Pondexter

Originally picked by the Wizards, Bjelica made his NBA debut in 2015 for Minnesota and has been with them ever since. The time he spent in Europe seemed to have done wonders for the native Serbian, as he worked on his all-around game and won a EuroLeague MVP in the process. As an older rookie, Bjelica quickly received significant playing time during his rookie year, appearing in 60 games. His skill-set fits well alongside stud big man Karl-Anthony Towns, as Bjelica is an excellent three-point shooter (38.4-percent).

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