Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Derek Fisher Named Head Coach Of Los Angeles Sparks

Derek Fisher Named Head Coach Of Los Angeles Sparks

Derek Fisher has a new coaching gig, and this time he'll be in a familiar setting.

Fisher, 44, spent 18 years as an National Basketball Association player for the Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, Utah Jazz, Oklahoma City Thunder and Dallas Mavericks. He went 17-65 in his first year as head coach of the Knicks and was sacked the following season after the team's 23-31 record.

Fisher previously coached the NBA's New York Knicks.

Fisher helped the Los Angeles Lakers win five National Basketball Association titles during his 18-season playing career and served as president of the players' union.

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"Derek is a champion and proven leader on and off the court", Toler said in a statement. Agler led Los Angeles to back-to-back WNBA Finals appearances, including winning the 2016 WNBA title. "There is no finer organization in the WNBA and I can't wait to work with our ownership group, front office, talented players and staff to cement a culture of sustained excellence, which is what L.A. basketball fans demand - and deserve".

OFFICIAL: Brian Agler has resigned as Los Angeles Sparks head coach.

He has now found his way back to coaching, but in the WNBA. His introductory press conference will take place on Friday.

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