Derek Fisher logged onto Facebook last night, posted a video of himself working on his game and added a number of hashtags to the clip, one of which was "#ImNotDoneYet."
That's right, it appears as though the former Knicks head coach is preparing for a return to the NBA for a 20th season. Can anyone blame him? With all of the money that got thrown around this offseason I'd be working on my handles if I was him too.
Fish will be turning 42 years old in less than a week and the last time he laced 'em up was as a member of the Thunder's '13-14 team, in which he averaged 17.6 minutes and just over 5 points per game.
Naturally, #BasketballTwitter is already speculating about what his return would be like.
Derek Fisher made a total of $63.2 million over his 18 year NBA career...— Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) August 3, 2016
Timofey Mozgov signed a $64 million contract this summer.
Derek Fisher would be a rotation player on the Knicks. (And as Berman of the Post likes to say "he's triangle-savvy"...whatever that means.)— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) August 3, 2016
In terms of fitness, Derek Fisher was in better shape than a few players on the Knicks roster last year. He can definitely help a team now.— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) August 3, 2016
The look Matt Barnes had when first hearing about Derek Fisher's NBA Comeback attempt pic.twitter.com/HybJ0vB9Cl— Terez Owens (@TerezOwens) August 3, 2016
OK, now I really want to see 41-year-old Derek Fisher try to guard Russell Westbrook.— RUSS BENGT$ON (@russbengtson) August 3, 2016