"My coach and teammates welcomed me with open arms."
SECAUCUS, N.J., May 10, 2007 -- Utah guard Derek Fisher entered Game 2 of the Jazz-Warriors series with 3:18 left in the third quarter after traveling from a New York hospital where his 10-month-old daughter was in surgery all day for a rare cancer. Fisher, who referred to the surgery as "life-threatening" and "successful" in a postgame interview, played valuable minutes down the stretch. The point guard finished with five points and three assists in the Jazz's 127-117 overtime victory, lifting Utah to a 2-0 series advantage.
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