Derek Fisher Rumors
Three months after being traded to the Lakers, Dennis Schroder has found a place to stay. Records show the German-born point guard just spent $4.275 million on contemporary home in Tarzana — about 20 miles from Staples Center. The San Fernando Valley neighborhood has housed plenty of Lakers over the years including Derek Fisher and Nick Young. Schroder’s spot first hit the market last summer at $4.5 million, records show.
Derek Fisher: One of the many ways I am reminded of how special they are and how they are still sending us love is how often I glance at my phone during a hectic day to check the time and it’s 2:24 and they’re both smiling right at me like “what’s up Fish?!” and instantly my perspective shifts to what really matters. Your loss and the loss of those with you on this day 1 year ago will leave a hole in our hearts forever. We miss you both. The world really misses you both. We lift your families up in prayer. V, the girls, your family as well as the Bryant family. We lift all the families up in prayer ????
Hunt: “Probably my favorite thing of all was watching him kind of evolve in front of us. When we first got to the Lakers, I’ll just say Kobe was not a great leader. He did not really know how to lead because he hadn’t really had to because he had so many great personalities and leaders around him. The leader of the Lakers at the time,people won’t say it, but it was Derek Fisher. He was kind of the guy that allowed Kobe to be Kobe. He was out front with a lot of things that needed to be said for the team.”
After an extended period of undefined leadership at the helm of the Los Angeles Sparks, head coach Derek Fisher has added the general manager job to his title, The Next has learned, as part of a front office revamping that sets clear lines of authority in basketball operations for the first time since Penny Toler was fired in October of 2019. “We’ve really worked extremely hard to try and establish a culture for how we want to try and do things in terms of running basketball operations, and how we want to try to build a more cohesive organizational structure between basketball and business,” Fisher told The Next. “And we’re nowhere near done. This is just the beginning.”