Interesting fact that speaks to Fields' off-ball capabilities:
"Nearly a quarter of Fields’ used possessions came on cuts alone, according to Synergy Sports. Other hefty slices came in transition or spot-up situations, leaving only a few possessions where Fields actively took part in shot creation."
On a dribble heavy team, a player who cuts hard and often is a great asset for an offence. Fields has fallen out of the rotation lately, but he is still a good "glue guy" - one who works hard on both ends, wont demand the ball on offence and defends well.
Final line says it all:
"He just needs to be relocated to a team with willing passers in order to fully actualize it."
We have some talent that simply isn't be used properly (this applies to basically everyone on the team). Lowry is best as a drive and dish PG, but he isn't driving anymore. Amir is best as a PNR roll man, but we aren't hitting the roller enough. Etc, etc, etc. Regardless of what direction MU decides to go, we need a play-maker. If we don't get a traditional PG, then we need a winger who is a willing and able passer to help facilitate the offence.