Down and holding on to his knee... - Ronald Martinez
As Marc Stein of ESPN has reported, Fisher and the Mavericks agreed to part ways, and Dallas will be calling Douglas-Roberts up from the D-League where he's been making an impact.
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In a statement he issued Saturday night to confirm the move, Fisher said: "In Tuesday's game against Philadelphia, I suffered an injury to my patellar tendon. The recovery time will be approximately two weeks. With this news and the difficulty I have been having being away from my family, I have asked the organization to waive me so I can return home."
In his place, the Mavericks will bring up current D-League star Chris Douglas-Roberts, who has been impressing fans on the Texas Legends this season. Douglas-Roberts will play in tonight's Legends game in Frisco and then fly to meet the team in San Antonio tomorrow.
Stay tuned as this develops.