It just gets worst for the former Knicks coach.
On Sunday morning, former Knicks’ coach Derek Fisher was arrested on charges of DUI, another bad incident added to the running list of negative moments on Fisher’s post-NBA player resume.
In the early morning yesterday, Fisher’s Cadillac hit a curb and guardrail on the 101 Freeway in California, overturning the vehicle in which he and Gloria Govan were driving in. After the California Highway Patrol arrived and investigated the incident, Fisher was arrested on charges of DUI.
The impact caused the vehicle to overturn, and it came to rest on its roof, blocking two lanes of the northbound 101 Freeway.
Fisher and Govan, 32, were helped out of the vehicle and they both reported no injuries.
During the investigation, officers discovered that Fisher had been drinking, the CHP said. He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol without incident.