The story says he sees a lot of Barnes and Govan’s twin sons.
It also says NBA executives and players don’t look too fondly on their relationship.
“We both didn’t know exactly what we were doing,” Fisher said. The team ain’t any better — 23-31 when Fisher was fired last season, 21-28 now under Jeff Hornacek — and Fisher has his own twist on the situation.
“We were able to take a team that wasn’t as talented as the team they have now, and we were much better and much further along than this group is that they have now,” Fisher said. “That’s different than just trying to coach basketball—and it takes longer.
This is not a prank, we don’t think, even though it seemed as though the long-time coach who just tied the all-record for losses in NFL history was somehow untouchable.
The Rams got crushed 49-21 by the New Orleans Saints on Sunday and have now dropped six of their last seven games.
Rookie quarterback Jared Goff has started two games, and threw three touchdowns against the Saints.
Jeff Fisher wants to get back on the sideline and coach again in the NFL.
For the sake of comedic relief, we’re rooting for the coach to succeed.