Should Derek Fisher be offered a coaching job after this basketball season is over?
Jason Kidd received a coaching offer after he retired and had moderate success with the Brooklyn Nets, should the Knicks do the same thing with Derek Fisher?
Its beginning to become a pattern, but being a high IQ point guard in the league does not always equate into winning. Just ask Magic Johnson, arguably the best point guard ever. Theres really only one way to find out, and that's to give him a shot.
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
In recent news, Phil Jackson has officially hired Derek Fisher to be the new head coach of the New York Knickbockers aka New York Knicks. Take in mind, Derek has never coached a team before on any level, but he has been known as a player to be a great leader on the floor. And, it's been...
by Iontach 4 years ago
If your partner was offered a job in a different country, would you move with them if you were...unemployed?
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Well, you can make a strong case for him that's for sure. Then again, you could argue that he's never been a great x's and o's guy because he's always had the luxury of having an assistant coach in Tex Winter that practically invented and defined the infamous Triangle offense of today's...
by crankalicious 6 months ago
I'm actually asking for somebody else, but I would love some feedback on this question.Let's say you have been out-of-work and you accept a new position, but that new position pays less than you were making and requires a commute that you didn't have before.Within a week of taking the job and...
by Faith Reaper 23 months ago
Has anyone else ever been offered a writing job because of a hub you published?I received a writing job offer from a site to join their writing team because of a hub that was moved to one of the niche sites that won a Hubbie. I already have a full-time job, but I thought it is great that...
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