Derek Fisher Proves His Value, Saves the Los Angeles Lakers in Boston

June 9th, 2010 by Darko Mihajlovski Leave a reply »
Derrick Fisher is one of the most outstanding point guards of the 2000's.

He was never consider the best point guard in any time of his career, but he deserves to be mentioned as one of the best contributors and finest players in the 00's. He's not known world wide because of the things he does, but you know any true coach and fan of the game appreciate this guy's accomplishments

Derrick Fisher is hard worker, a leader, and he plays for the needs of the team. He proved dozen times in the Playoffs and in the Finals that he's one of the best shooters, defenders, and closers, ever.

He has the highest cumulative three-point percentage and second highest three-point percent (46.1) in the history of the NBA Finals(behind Ray Ray). He ranks third all-time in most threes made in the NBA Finals, most games played in the Playoffs, and is 10th in playoff minutes.

He has a great coach, the Zen master Phil Jackson, who recognises the rare and valuable traits of this veteran. He doesn't get the spotlight or the front pages of news, like some NBA players, but after Game Three's performance he will.

Derrick Fisher is also one of the ...

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