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Video: Lakers Tribute to Derek Fisher Reviewed by Momizat on . Derek Fisher returned to Staples Center tonight as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Before the game the Lakers played a video tribute for the many seasons Derek Fisher returned to Staples Center tonight as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Before the game the Lakers played a video tribute for the many seasons Rating:
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Video: Lakers Tribute to Derek Fisher

Derek Fisher returned to Staples Center tonight as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Before the game the Lakers played a video tribute for the many seasons that Fisher spent as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers.

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  • Chick Hearn

    you should shout out @nankivell who made the video

    • Joe Black

      You go ahead and call him, Chick.  Tell him the greatest plearsure in reading the Laker stat sheets now is to no longer see Fisher’s name with a huge negative number next to it in the plus/minus column.

  • Joe Black

    The Lakers worst weakness, most debilitating deficiency and the reason why they won’t win a ring was exposed against the Thunder….. brainless, non-thinking, clueless coaching. When Scott Brooks put Derek Fisher in during the first quarter, Mike Brown had a fully rested Ramon Sessions on the bench. Even though Brown spent most of this year watching fast guards totally destroy the Lakers by easily beating Fisher’s defense, he pathetically failed to take advantage of the huge mismatch. He didn’t put Sessions back in the game till after Fisher left over halfway through the second quarter. In the fourth quarter, as soon as Brown finally put Sessions back in, Brooks immediately took Fisher out. Smart coaches win with match up strategy. It is obvious that regardless how well the players do on the court, these Lakers will always be severely out coached.

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