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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Derek Fisher: From UALR to the New York Knicks

Posted By on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 6:46 AM

click to enlarge NEW YORK'S HIS STAGE: Derek Fisher in collegiate days.
  • NEW YORK'S HIS STAGE: Derek Fisher in collegiate days.
The New York Times, which reported flatly early yesterday that Derek Fisher would be announced today as the New York Knicks' head coach, outlines here some of the difficulties facing the NBA star turned coach. But he's long been viewed as a mentoring type. Union man, too. Parkview High and UALR have plenty to cheer today.

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