Via NY Post:
With Landry Fields, Mike D’Antoni explained that the rookie’s instinct is to be forever cutting on the offensive end. Fields is always moving.
That probably seems good. But it’s not.
“He needs to cut sometimes. But he’s cutting all the time. You have to understand when it is to cut and when you don’t,” D’Antoni said yesterday. “Because otherwise you cut right into Amar’e [Stoudemire] and you mess Amar’e up.”