VIDEO: Marcus Camby Sends Landry Fields Into The Second Row

No, there is no missing words in that headline. Marcus Camby did not send a Landry Fields shot into the second row. He actually sent Landry Fields, the person, into the second row with a bit of a hard foul on Wednesday night.

After a Portland Trail Blazers turnover, Camby found himself on the wrong end of a two-on-one on the other end of the floor. With New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin charging at him and Fields on the wing, Camby did the only logical thing possible -- use his body weight to ensure Fields didn't get a good shot, and to make sure Fields ended up in the seats.

Via BlazersEdge

Needless to say, it was a flagrant foul. Now if this was JaVale McGee, somehow the basket would count, and Fields would end up in the cheap seats.

On the plus side, Landry Fields now knows what it feels like to learn to fly.

A little backstory on Camby's rough-and-tumble approach from Michael Katz.

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