New York Knicks Head Coach Derek Fisher
Head coach of the New York Knicks Derek Fisher may have bit off more than he can chew recently. Before a game against the Milwaukee Bucks, Coach Fisher stated that the Knicks could transition from the team that they are this year, with 15 wins, to a 60 plus win team as early as next season. On the one hand this sounds absolutely crazy given...
Earlier this week, New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher made headlines following a bold statement regarding his team’s ability to rebound from their atrocious season this year.
The Knicks sit dead last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 16 – 64 despite playoff aspirations at the beginning of the season.
According to ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk, when asked about the New...
In the rare event that the New York Knicks won their final four games of the season, they would finish the year with a record of 19-63. That would still leave them as one of the worst teams in the NBA, but head coach Derek Fisher remains optimistic. On Thursday, Fisher basically said he believes...Read More
The New York Knicks are currently 15-63, meaning they only have four more games to secure the worst record in the NBA and the best chance at the #1 pick in the NBA Draft. Speaking of the number 63, that’s something head coach Derek Fisher thinks is an achievable win total. No, not five years
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New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher has filed for divorce from his wife, Candace.
Fisher filed the paperwork Wednesday in Los Angeles, a spokesman tells The Associated Press.
Fisher says in a statement that ''this is a difficult time for me personally. For the sake of our children, I ask that everyone respects our privacy during this process.''
The Fishers were married Feb. 19...
Via AP on Fox
March 19, 2015
The New York Knicks were on their way to a 120-96 loss to the Rockets Friday night and are already the worst team in the NBA. So is there really anything coach Derek Fisher can say to rally the troops during a timeout? Seems Fisher turned into 'Hoosiers' Coach Dale during a break in the action against the Houston Rockets on national TV and came out sounding cornier than an Indiana...
Phil Jackson and the New York Knicks believe Derek Fisher’s presence is enough to lure Kevin Durant to the Knicks in 2016. The Knicks, sources say, expect to be a contender for Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant when he is projected to become a free agent in July 2016 and believe... The post Knicks Believe Derek Fisher Can Lure Kevin Durant appeared first on Hoops-Nation.