Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding

Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding

Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding

Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding:  Derek Lamar Fisher is presently a Basketball Coach and is a former NBA player.  Fisher was formerly the head coach for the NBA New York KnicksFisher was a professional basketball player for eighteen seasons, mostly with the Los Angeles Lakers where he was on five NBA Championship Teams.  Fisher also was elected President of the National Basketball Players Association.

Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding: During his college career, Fisher played for the Arkansas Little Rock Trojans and was selected as the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year for 1996.  Fisher was chosen by the Lakers in the 1996 NBA draft.  Fisher spent his first eight seasons with the Lakers playing with Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal and coached by Phil Jackson.  After the end of the 2003-2004 season Fisher joined the Golden State Warriors before being traded to the Utah Jazz.  In 2007 Fisher rejoined the Lakers where he helped earn two more NBA Championships.  In 2012 Fisher was traded to the Houston Rockets before joining the Oklahoma City Thunder.  In 2015 Fisher left basketball as a player and was hired at Knick head coach by Phil Jackson, the team President. 

Derek Fisher Clocked Speeding:  Fisher hold the NBA record for number of playoff games played.  In game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Semifinals Fisher hit the winning basket with 0.4 seconds left.  Thus beating the San Antonio Spurs.  The NBA lists that as the 18th greatest playoff play in history.  In early May, 2016, Fisher was stopped on the 405 Freeway for doing 80 couple miles per hour in a 65 mph zone.  Even Five time world champions get speeding tickets.

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