"Derek Fisher Is The Hines Ward Of The NBA"
The Lakers defeated the Clippers by a 112-104 final on Friday night.
On Saturday, Williams delivered a Tweet about Derek Fisher in obvious reference to the confrontation at the end of the game.
"If yall didn't know, D Fish is the Hines Ward of the NBA," wrote Williams. "I don't know if that's a compliment or not. But don't let that nice guy fool u."
Chris Kaman was ejected in the final minute following a demonstrative argument with Fisher following a physical screen. Kaman made a gesture at Fisher to meet him in the parking lot after the game.
Fisher frequently uses his elbow when he is met with a screen on the perimeter.
McWinning is the Hines Ward of NBAdraft.net boards.......don't let that nice guy fool you.
but honestly people dont know how valuable derek fisher is you honestly think kobe wouldve won all those rings without him 0 pts 0 rebs 0 ast means nothing to d fish he is still a big part of that lakers team
^ exactly, people on this site always say he's horrible on one of the worst PG's in the league, he brings so many intangibles and leadership, it's ridiculous. His contributions can't really seen on a stat sheet.
As a Laker fan Fish is a guy that you love to have on your team but hate to play against...he's just hard nosed player!
If I was a starting PG in the NBA, idk if I'd say he's one guy I'd hate to go against. He one of the matchups I'd love to take adavantage of given his lack of quickness at this point in his career. I agree he does bring intangibles, but as far as matchups go, idk how you can say he's a guy who you think is going to give the other team any problems.
I wonder what Fisher did, Kaman wasnt even that mad at Reggie Evans when he had his hands caught in the cookie jar.
Derek Fisher is one of the dirtiest players. Did you guys see when he basically tackled Luis Scola in the playoffs?
He's a nice guy but a really dirty player.
Like xavier said, the type of player you hate playing against but love to have on your team.
He's the ONLY PG in the NBA right now that knows Phil Jackson's Triangle system inside and out. The last PG that Jackson had success with was Ron Harper.
Stick Fisher on any team not coached by Phil Jackson and he won't be as effective as he is with Phil.