Sparks appoint former Lakers guard Fisher as coach

Sparks appoint former Lakers guard Fisher as coach

Sparks appoint former Lakers guard Fisher as coach

Former Oklahoma City Thunder guard and New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher has been hired to coach the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks.

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

Before becoming a coach, Fisher played for 18 seasons in the National Basketball Association.

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Fisher's experience includes holding the National Basketball Association record for playoff game appearances (259), serving as the players' union president and coaching the New York Knicks from 2014-2016.

The suit says the Woloshins rented the house a year ago after their home was damaged by Hurricane Irma, agreeing to pay $30,000 a month. Last year, the Sparks reached the second round of the WNBA playoffs before being eliminated by the Washington Mystics.

Fisher served as head coach of the Knicks from 2014 to 2016, during which he went 40-96 before being fired in the middle of the 2015-16 season.

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Agler had previously led the Sparks a WNBA championship in 2016.

The Sparks are expected to announce the move Friday. "Derek is a champion and proven leader on and off the court. Derek has been a strong supporter of women's basketball for quite some time, so it's nice to officially welcome him".

He has now found his way back to coaching, but in the WNBA.

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