Landry Fields is, plainly put, an offensive threat.
His high 51% FG @percentage - 20th in the league - is courtesy of his anticipation, reflexes, intelligence, awareness and savvy. Traits that are apart from teaching.
That lack of handle (which no doubt will be brought up) is counterbalanced by an explosive first step and thrust toward the basket. Mmmmmmmmmm, thrust. Even without an isolation type play, Landry's getting his 10 points a game separated from MD's whim: his points are literally HIS points, and with that in mind, some set plays for him (particularly with Raymond's current funk in effect) should be implemented, IMO.
The offence (yes, we spell offence & defence differently in other countries) can only grow in potency if Fields is given the green light to create and be created for. Thus far, thanks to 82games.com, his FT attempts/game sits at a measly 1.8 each outing. Add 3-4 attempts more and some extra shots and there's no point in even typing out the math.
Draw him up, Mike. He's done more than enough in limited opportunities to prove that he can get us 17 and 7 a game. SF stats at the 2, and at a high conversion.