by TD Staff ReporterJune 9, 2014
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ESPN is reporting that the New York Knicks have reached an agreement with Derek Fisher to become the team's next coach.
The two sides are in the process of finalizing a five-year, $25 million deal, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Sources told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that new Knicks president Phil Jackson has been fully focused on Fisher since Steve Kerr unexpectedly decided to take the Golden State Warriors' job, when Jackson and essentially the whole league believed Kerr was bound for New York.
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Coach Paul Mainieri announced the news Sunday.
Boom! Welcome aboard AJ!
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