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Although guard Derek Fisher may not be considered a "star" in the traditional sense, he was a Lakers fan favorite for many years. You won't hear his name on many SportsCenter highlight reels, but Fisher has been consistently delivering solid performances for over a decade.
Last season, Fisher came off the bench to average 5.6 points and 2.7 assists per game for Oklahoma City.
He may be a bit of a gamble at 37 years old, but on the experience front, Fisher has it all—including five championship rings from one of the greatest franchises in NBA history.
Fellow B/R writer Zach Buckley says it excellently in his article on 2012 Free Agency:
"Fisher is exactly the kind of locker room presence that could add something to either a young team trying to find its way or a veteran team with championship goals."
The point guard could do well off the bench for Chicago, being that Derrick Rose is still recovering from his ACL injury, and I could also see him fitting in well at Brooklyn as a mentor on a squad looking to make some serious headway in the league.