Fields named to All-Star Rookie team

The dream story of the "Most Surprising Rookie," Landry Fields, continues. From starting for the Knicks from day one to winning two straight Rookie of the Month honors (November and December), the 39th pick in the 2010 draft will now be heading to All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles. Fields was selected by the league's assistant coaches to the Rookie team who will be taking on the Sophomores in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge on Friday, February 18th at 9 p.m. EST.

The Rookie team, which features Amare Stoudemire as an assistant coach, also includes:

Eric Bledsoe -- Clippers guard

DeMarcus Cousins -- Kings center

Derrick Favors -- Nets forward

Blake Griffin -- Clippers forward

Wesley Johnson -- Timberwolves guard

Greg Monroe -- Pistons center

Gary Neal -- Spurs guard

John Wall -- Wizards guard

The Sophomore team includes:

DeJuan Blair -- Spurs center

DeMar DeRozan -- Raptors guard

Stephen Curry -- Warriors guard

Tyreke Evans -- Kings guard

Taj Gibson -- Bulls forward

Jrue Holiday -- 76ers guard

Serge Ibaka -- Thunder forward-center

Brandon Jennings -- Bucks guard

Wesley Matthews -- Trail Blazers guard

Fields' 7.1 rebounds per game leads all guards in the NBA, and if it wasn't for LeBron James' 7.2 mark, he'd also be leading all small forwards in the entire league. Fields is also near the top of the list in field goal shooting. His 52.3 percent mark ranks third among all guards in the league, just a shade under Steve Nash (52.8) and Tony Parker (52.4). Among rookies in scoring, he's fourth at 10.1 points per game, after Griffin (22.8), Wall (15.0) and Cousins (13.5).

Now that Stoudemire and Fields are booked on a cross-country flight, will Raymond Felton be next? The All-Star reserves will be announced on Thursday, and his offensive numbers put him right behind All-Star starter Derrick Rose.

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