2011 NBA Playoffs: Derek Fisher’s Top Playoff Moments

Since arriving to the Lakers in 1996, the same year as Kobe Bryant, Derek Fisher has proven his value to the team in more ways than many fans expected out of the Arkansas-Little Rock product.

Despite never being the fastest point guard or a defensive stalwart, he's found ways time and time again to produce in the clutch, the ultimate hallmark of a Lakers legend.

Game 5 against the Hornets was no different as Fisher chipped in 13 points to help the Lakers retake the edge in their first-round series.

It's moments like that which Fisher has become known for in the spring, and it's defined his legacy as one of the most underrated clutch performers of his era.

Here's a list of D-Fish's greatest postseason moments, ranked in order of significance. Consider this a tribute to one of the most beloved Los Angeles sports figures of the last 20 years, who has been playoff money.

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