Every game OKC advances to extends Derek Fisher’s NBA record for playoff appearances (he’s up to 247) and ever since he took former teammate Robert Horry’s spot in the history in Game 5 of OKC’s series against Memphis. Now that the Thunder are headed to the Western Conference Semis, D-Fish will surely pad that total. But Fisher’s streak isn’t really about numbers. He’s scored more than 2000 points and played over 6642 minutes, averaging a mere 8.5 ppg in postseason appearances for the Lakers, Jazz and Thunder. But the combo guard, drafted 24th out of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has so many iconic playoff moments throughout his career that despite minor figures, he’ll always be remembered for having major roles in all five of his championships. As he guns for a sixth, we looked back at every single postseason in which Fisher has hit the floor.