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News » Jazz at 35: No. 39, Derek Fisher


Jazz at 35: No. 39, Derek Fisher


Jazz at 35: No. 39, Derek Fisher
The Tribune is doing a season-long project to commemorate the Utah Jazz's 35th anniversary. In all, 214 players have worn Jazz uniforms. Continuing daily, columnist Kurt Kragthorpe ranks them all, from bottom to top.

No. 39 Derek Fisher

Who he is ? Having arrived from Golden State in a 2006 trade for Devin Brown, Keith McLeod and Andre Owens, the veteran guard played only one season in Utah. Fisher asked to be released so his infant daughter would have more accessible care for a rare form of cancer.

Why he's No. 39 ? Fisher shot only 38.2 percent in 2006-07 while averaging 10.1 points, but his leadership was credited with helping a young team reach the Western Conference finals. His dramatic entrance late in the third quarter of a playoff game against Golden State, after he spent much of the day in New York while his daughter underwent surgery, became one of the most memorable moments in franchise history. Alt Heads:


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Added: March 2, 2009

 

 
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