VIDEO: Landry Fields, The World's Goaltendingest Jersey Salesman

Landry Fields, rookie on the New York Knicks, posed as Modell's Employee of the Month Leeroy Jenkins and tried to sell Knicks merchandise, specifically his own No. 6 jersey. Perhaps it was just editing, or maybe he was too annoying, but it didn't look much like anyone was buying what Fields was selling:

Fields heckled Modell's customers when they passed by the Knicks section, and got some comical responses, such as "Yeah, not a basketball fan" and "I don't do Knicks." Apparently not everybody does Knicks.

He also put up a suction cup basketball hoop and challenged willing customers to one-on-one. The video never mentions whether Fields has any success as a retail salesman, but based on how hard he was slacking at work, I'd say he should probably stick to basketball.

Still, he's probably got a brighter future in retail than Danny Woodhead does.

For more on Fields and the Knicks, visit Posting And Toasting.
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