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  1. First Cup: Friday

    Henry Abbott

    Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle: "NBPA President Derek Fisher and executive director Billy Hunter were by then kindling, ready to burn with the slightest match strike. They were angry over the way talks ended and the position of the owners t...

    Blog | October 21, 2011
  2. First Cup: Tuesday

    Henry Abbott

    Richard Sandomir of The New York Times: "To some degree, Derek Fisher's active role is similar to the path carved by Gene Upshaw, the Oakland Raiders offensive lineman who took over as the executive director of the National Football League Players As...

    Blog | October 18, 2011
  3. First Cup: Thursday

    Henry Abbott

    Howard Beck of The New York Times: "Between Kevin Garnett's dunks and Derek Fisher's drives, a new star emerged Tuesday night in the N.B.A. finals: the flat-screen monitor. Perched on the scorer's table, it glowed with a stoic insistence, casting an ...

    Blog | June 10, 2010
  4. First Cup: Wednesday

    Henry Abbott

    Jeff Miller of The Orange County Register: "Think this game and this team mean much to Derek Fisher? The Lakers' 91-84 Game 3 victory Tuesday and Fisher's late contributions to it nearly left him crying. During an interview. While still on the court....

    Blog | June 09, 2010
  5. First Cup: Friday

    Henry Abbott

    Bill Plaschke of Los Angeles Times: "Typical Fish. At the end of the most indelible game of his enduring Lakers career, Derek Fisher disappeared. He was swallowed by the long limbs of Lamar Odom, the long embrace of Andrew Bynum, the long hair o...

    Blog | June 12, 2009
  6. Kobe Bryant's Double Vision

    Henry Abbott

    Posted by Kevin Arnovitz In Game 5, the Lakers cracked the code on the offensive end. They discovered that the Nuggets were giving them swaths of open space in the halfcourt, much of it the result of double-teams. The Lakers' offense is predicate...

    Blog | May 30, 2009