Derek Fisher Rumors

Longtime Laker Derek Fisher and his partner, Gloria Govan, are looking to score a deal in the San Fernando Valley. Their Tarzana home has surfaced for sale at $2.5 million, records show. Fisher, who won five NBA titles with the Lakers, and Govan, who owns the Mexican restaurant chain Gorditos, extensively remodeled the place during their stay. The Mediterranean-style spot now boasts a sleek interior with arched doorways and designer fixtures across 6,566 square feet.
RW: Do you think you’ll ever return to coaching in the NBA? Derek Fisher: I don’t know, man. I love the game. I love investing in the game. It has provided me with so many amazing opportunities. I think right now the best thing that I can do is to stay laser-focused on where I am and what I’m doing at this moment and that is coaching and working with these women. The Sparks provided me an opportunity for me to continue to coach and be involved in the game in the way that I am, so hopefully, there will be time down the line to think about what’s next.
RW: What player, if any, on this Lakers championship team reminds you of yourself? Derek Fisher: That’s a good question. Probably Alex Caruso. I think a guy that doesn’t do a lot of things that always jump off the stat sheet, but has become so valuable to the team for what he does. I think of guys like KCP (Kentavious Caldwell-Pope), that again the nights where maybe he doesn’t shoot it as well or fans have a lot to say about whether KCP is this or that, but he’s proven himself to be a guy that brings a lot of value to the Lakers. He had a really good playoff run and Finals run. Those are the two guys that kind of come to mind in terms of their role and what they were able to help the team get accomplished based on who they are.
Derek Fisher: My responsibility today and going forward is to the Sparks, and really trying to help us continue to push women’s basketball and the WNBA forward in a major way to continue to give young girls and young women an example of what it can look like when you continue to pursue your dreams despitepeople not necessarily always supporting you in the best way. So I’m excited going into my third season and what those opportunities are. Whatever it is for me personally down the line professionally, we’ll see. The more success we can build within the Sparks organization and what we’re doing, if there are opportunities for me to continue to improve as a coach, I’ll worry about that at that time.
Longtime Laker Derek Fisher and his partner, Gloria Govan, are looking to score a deal in the San Fernando Valley. Their Tarzana home just surfaced for sale at $2.5 million, records show. Fisher, who won five NBA titles with the Lakers, and Govan, who owns the Mexican restaurant chain Gorditos, extensively remodeled the place during their stay. The Mediterranean-style spot now boasts a sleek interior with arched doorways and designer fixtures across 6,566 square feet.