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Derek Fisher hasn't reported to the Rockets yet

March 18, 2012|By Mark Medina
  • Derek Fisher won't be wearing a Lakers uniform anymore.
Derek Fisher won't be wearing a Lakers uniform anymore. (Harry E. Walker / MCT / March…)

--ESPN Los Angeles' Arash Markazi reports the Lakers and Rockets mutually agreed to extend the deadline for Derek Fisher to report to Houston and get his physical to 72 hours. Fisher wasn't with the team during the Rockets-Clippers game on Saturday. 

--The Times' Ben Bolch highlights Ramon Sessions' first practice with the Lakers.

--The Morning Journal's Bob Finnan mentions the Cavaliers waived former Laker Jason Kapono and talks to Luke Walton, who indicates he and Lakers Coach Mike Brown "weren't on the same page."

Check out this awesome compilation highlighting Derek Fisher's memorable shots

--ESPN Los Angeles' Andy and Brian Kamenetzky break down in their latest podcast the Fisher trade and what Sessions brings to the team.

--The Daily News' Elliott Teaford explains how Sessions has fit in right away with the Lakers.

--Lakers.com's Mike Trudell has a fun light-hearted interview with Sessions.

--The New York Post's Peter Vecsey argues Phil Jackson wouldn't be a good fit to coach the Knicks and that it's unlikely it would happen anyway.

--Silver Screen and Roll's wondahbap's highlights Andrew Bynum as the Lakers' player of the week. 

--Forum Blue and Gold's Darius Soriano argues patience is needed for Sessions to crack the starting lineup.

Tweet of the Day: "Morey will not address Derek Fisher. Expect buyout." -- Jonathan_Feigen (Houston Chronicle's Rockets beat writer Jonathan Feigen) 

Rick Friedman Reader Comment of the Day: "I am glad that Matt Barnes tried to lower Dwight Howard to LA, but I am glad that he stayed in Orlando. Howard is a immature big kid, who needs too grow up. When he couldn't make up his mind what he wanted to do and when he wouldn't consider signing an extension to stay with the Lakers, then it was better for him to stay where he was at. He was not worth giving up Paul Gasol and Andrew Bynum. The Lakers made the right trades and not only got a great point guard in Ramon Session, but also got two other pieces that could help them. There also got younger, which was a blessing in disguise. The only bad part of the deal was seeing D-Fish go, but other than that, the Lakers made out great." -- Cornell33

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