LeBron James had a painful night against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. Sure, the Miami Heat superstar had 33 points and seven rebounds on the night. However, those numbers came at a cost. James tried to set a screen on one play,...Show More Summary
In one of the more bizarre bloopers you will ever see, Gorgui Dieng of the Minnesota Timberwolves caught a missed shot by Derek Fisher of the Oklahoma City Thunder at the end of the third quarter and slammed it home for an alley-oop into his own basket at the buzzer. Show More Summary
Fish will just wait your ass out, punk. He's got all the time in the world. Read more...
Derek Fisher banked in a buzzer-beating three-pointer to end the third quarter in the Oklahoma City Thunder's Wednesday night showdown at Miami. The triple put the Thunder up 91-75, and Fisher was justifiably pumped. So pumped that no man was going to leave him hanging. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Derek Fisher doesn't care how his shots go in the hoop. As long as it goes through the net, it works for him. The veteran has made all four of his three-point attempts through three quarters against the Miami Heat on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Think he called glass?
Do you want to ride on the back of a Derek Fisher and chop it up with Do Or Die? Or would you prefer to watch a referee work that bucking bronc to Ginuwine ’s “Pony”? If you chose the latter, your twisted and beautiful dreams have been...Show More Summary
COME AND JUMP ON IT We here at SB Nation fancy ourselves not just GIF proprietors, but GIF sommeliers. GIFs are enjoyable on their own, but through the art of pairing, we believe they can become truly transcendent. Please enjoy tonight's...Show More Summary
A judge has ruled that former executive director Billy Hunter's suit against the NBA players' association for breach of contract can continue, but dismissed most of his claims against Derek Fisher and all of them against a publicist who used to work with the Oklahoma City guard.
Billy Hunter has gone on the offensive against what he feels are improprieties by Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher during negotiations to end the 2011 NBA lockout. According to CBS Sports' Ken Berger, the former executive director of the...Show More Summary
When you think about NBA players who should become coaches after their playing careers are over, a few names just immediately spring to mind: Chauncey Billups, Andre Miller, Derek Fisher, Shane Battier, Kevin Garnett, Steve Nash, etc. Rajon...Show More Summary
Objectivity has never been Kobe Bryant's strong suit. The Black Mamba is notorious for speaking his mind and playing favorites. If he's thinking it, there's a good chance he'll verbalize it without regard for anyone else. Age has admittedly humbled Vino, but it hasn't changed him completely. Show More Summary
There's no getting around it: The Oklahoma City Thunder didn't have a fun summer. The Thunder lost a key part of their 2012-13 team, Kevin Martin, and their notable additions are a 39-year-old Derek Fisher, Ryan Gomes and Steven Adams (via the draft). But the pain doesn't stop there. Show More Summary
The NBA Players Association elected a new president on Wednesday, replacing Derek Fisher with Chris Paul. This went against the grain considering Roger Mason Jr. was widely reported to be Fisher's successor, but the Los Angeles Clippers'...Show More Summary
The NBA Players Association elected Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul as its new president Wednesday, making an official announcement on Twitter. He replaces Derek Fisher after a tumultuous period for the league's player union. After...Show More Summary
A judge has granted the motion for change of venue to Los Angeles in former NBA players' association executive director Billy Hunter's lawsuit against president Derek Fisher and the union.
Now that LeBron James has abruptly doubled back on his stated interest in becoming the next president of the National Basketball Players Association, per Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com, it looks like the race to replace Derek Fisher (whose...Show More Summary
Updated by Stephen Babb at 5:15 pm EST, Aug. 12 Almost as quickly as he proclaimed his interest, LeBron James is reportedly no longer considering a run to replace Derek Fisher as president of the NBPA's executive committee according to USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt. Show More Summary
Most people don't know—or care—much about what the National Basketball Players Association does, but there's a good chance LeBron James would change that. He told ESPN's Brian Windhorst he's considering a run to replace Derek FisherShow More Summary