The Knicks, In A Nutshell

Landry Fields just picked up the ball after a Miami Heat turnover. Here’s the way things played out.

1. He started dribbling.

2. A New York Knicks player can be heard yelling, "PUSH IT!"

3. Fields trotted the ball up the court.

4. No fast break happened.

5. Carmelo Anthony set up on the right wing.

6. Fields looked to throw it into him.

7. LeBron James fronted Anthony and cut off the pass.

8. Fields dribbled for a while and did nothing.

9. Tyson Chandler came to set a ball screen for Fields.

10. Fields stepped back and tried to loft a pass to Chandler, who was slipping the screen.

11. Miami deflected the pass and got a fast break.

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