In the fifth game, Fox contributed with 20 points, and hit all three of his three-point field goal attempts.In the 2001–2002 season, Fox played and started in all 82 games in the regular season and in all of the Lakers' 19 playoff games.Fox is currently a Founding Partner at Vision Venture Partners, spearheading the private equity firm’s move into professional esports and providing strategic guidance, creative direction and business development support to each of VVP's portfolio companies.He is also the owner of premier esports franchise Echo Fox.In the playoffs, he tallied 10.9 points a game as the Lakers advanced to the Western Conference Finals before losing to the Utah Jazz.In the 1998–1999 season, the Lakers acquired All-Star small forward Glen Rice.
Fox played off the bench his first two seasons as the Celtics reached the playoffs for the last time in the Larry Bird era.
By the 1995–1996 season, Fox had become the team's starting small forward and achieved double figure scoring.
He recorded career highs of 15.4 points a game and 2.2 steals a game (4th in the league) and made 101 three-point field goals in the 1996–1997 campaign.
Following the departure of Glen Rice, Fox started 77 of 82 games in the 2000–2001 season, posting an average of 9.6 points a game while shooting 39% from three point range.
In the playoffs, Fox started in all 16 games as the Lakers swept through the first three rounds and reached the 2001 NBA Finals against the Philadelphia 76ers.