The former NBA star showed up Tuesday morning in L.A. County Superior Court as the trial of the century continued between the former "Basketball Wives" star and Barnes.
Witnesses in the courtroom tell us Fisher "looked good" and was "standing tall" as he supported Govan. He did not take the stand to testify, and was asked to leave the courtroom shortly after the hearing started, because he is not a party to the case.
Govan was later seen leaving the courthouse with her attorney, Mark Gross, and she looked great in a turquoise dress and thigh high boots.
As we reported, Barnes absolutely hates Fisher, and even filed documents reminding the court about his foe's previous DUI arrest to hinder him from being a credible witness to the fighting between Barnes and Govan.
We're told closing arguments will soon be heard and a final decision on the restraining order Barnes filed against Govan will be given. After the restraining order deal, a permanent custody order will be decided.