Derek Fisher Net Worth

Derek Fisher Net Worth

Facts of Derek Fisher Net Worth

Net worth$40 Million
Date of Birth:1974 August 9
First NameDerek Lamar
Last NameFisher
NationalityAmerican
AkaDerek Lamar Fisher, Fish, D-Fish
Age:45 years old

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Derek Fisher Net Worth: $40 Million

Derek Lamar Fisher is a former American basketball player and current head coach with an estimated net worth of $40 million. After having influential playing career, he is best known for being the head coach of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Lamar gains the hefty amount of fortune through his 17 years long endeavors. Breaking down his income source, Derek spanned his net worth through various engagements.

Fisher began to grow big when he signed a $2.11 million, 3-year contract with Los Angeles Lakers in the year 1996. Furthermore, he received $612,000 during 1996-97 season followed by $703,200 in the 1997-98 season. And $795,000 in 1998-99 season. The successful player collected $37 million after signing 6 years contract with the Golden State Warriors. In addition, he signed $14.098 million contracts with Los Angeles Lakers in 2007. The player renewed his 3 years contract with $10.5 million in the year 2010. Retiring from the professional game, he later finalized the agreement with American Knicks for his involvement as head coach. The source states, he was hired for 5 years while the contract amounts are over $25 million.

Early life and Career Highlights

Born on 1974, August 9 in Little Rock, Arkansas, he went to Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School located in Little Rock. The athletic Fisher was a letterman in basketball team during his tenure in High School. Whereas, he attended the University of Arkansas and graduated in communications. Being magnificent at his initial career, he finished second on the school’s list of points, assists and steals. While he became the Sunbelt conference player of the year as a senior. The big day followed him when he was drafted 24th by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1996 NBA Draft. Playing with the Lakers until 2004, he later played for Golden State Warriors from 2004 to 2006 followed by the Utah Jazz (2006 to 2007). Returning back to Lakers and enduring several games from 2007 to 2012, the player was later traded to Houston Rockets. He never played the game for Rockets and later moved to Dallas Mavericks in 2012 and went to Thunder in 2013. Above all, he has been outstanding in his professional career while he won five NBA Championship, all from the Lakers. In addition, he serves himself as the president of the National Basketball Players Association. While he holds the record for most NBA playoff games played. Likewise, he is also best known for his buzzer-beating shot in 2004.

Personal Life

Coming to his personal life, he tied his wedding knot with Candace on February 19, 2005. The pair shares four children with each other namely Tatum, Drew, Marshall, and Chloe. Despite having strong marital life, the pair split up in 2015 and stated irreconcilable differences as the reason.


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