Fisher creates his own path to success
Villanova guard learns hard lessons from his notorious great-uncle
They called him Radio because his mouth never stopped -- a constant chatterboxing of trash talk on the courts outside the Patterson Projects in the South Bronx.
He could shoot it but he was best known as a defender, always with his forearm out in front to protect, always more than willing to settle a game with his fists instead of the ball.
His skills never got him further than the playground, but Guy Fisher became a New York City legend anyway.
In 1970s Harlem, when ...
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