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Just 9 days after announcing his retirement from the league after 19 seasons, Jason Kidd as been named the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. Kidd emerged as the frontrunner for the job Tuesday after an interview with Nets GM Billy King, on Monday and beat out other top candidate, Pacers assistant coach, Brian Shaw whose interview lasted 5 hours on Wednesday.
The Brooklyn Nets may have hired the next hot young coach in the Association on Thursday as they announced on the team website, that they have chosen former Nets star Jason Kidd to be their next bench boss. There are very few men that could retire from the NBA and days later become a head coach for another franchise; however Kidd should have no trouble in his new role. As a premier...
Newly retired NBA point guard Jason Kidd reportedly already has a new job.
ESPN.com is reporting that the Brooklyn Nets have chosen Kidd to be their head coach, citing a source close to the situation. The team has informed former Pacers coach Brian Shaw of its decision. Shaw had been on the Nets’ radar for quite some time as a potential candidate to fill their head coaching vacancy...
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A source confirms Jason Kidd will be the new coach of the Nets.
— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) June 13, 2013
Jason Kidd did not stay away from the NBA for long. Kidd, 40, recently retired but will return to the league as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Kidd played for the Nets from 2001-2008 and reportedly blew the team away when interviewed for...
The guys who get hired to coach NBA teams seem to come in about four varieties: the legends, the coaching lifers, college coaches and former players who still are young enough to seem vaguely cool (or at least familiar) to current players.
The latest NBA coaching hire fell into that final category. The Brooklyn Nets hired Jason Kidd, who retired so recently he probably still has...
In the blink of an eye Jason Kidd went from struggling in the playoffs, to retiring from the NBA, to becoming the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. After 19 seasons as a player Kidd will become the 18th head coach in the franchise’s history.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to be named head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, and it’s a role I have been studying for over the course...
George Karl is one of the six coaches whose been fired from their team after taking them to the playoffs this year.
As of Tuesday, June 11, there were five NBA teams who have a head coach vacancy. The five teams were: Brooklyn Nets, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies and the Philadelphia 76ers. From those five teams, the Nets, Grizzlies, Nuggets and Clippers...
Yep, this guy's our coach now, not back-up point guard. I know, hard to believe
Remember a few days ago when it was just a faint and very out-there rumor that linked former Net great Jason Kidd to the team's open head-coaching position? Well, that rumor turned out to be the whole truth, as future Hall-of-Famer and recent NBA retiree Kidd has been hired by the...
The Jason Kidd era in Brooklyn is officially underway. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Kidd has been hired by the Brooklyn Nets, and will introduced at a news conference on Thursday.
News conference to introduce Jason Kidd as the Brooklyn coach will be held on Thursday, source tells Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 13, 2013
The Nets will now face major...
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Late Wednesday, the Nets announced that the team has hired Jason Kidd to become its new head coach.
Kidd played seven seasons as a Net and just retired from playing with the cross-town rival Knicks.
The all-time great point guard will be the Nets' third head coach in less than a year. His close relationship wit Deron Williams is believed to be a major factor in the decision.
A person with knowledge of the details says the Brooklyn Nets' coaching decision is down to Jason Kidd and Brian Shaw.
Kidd met with general manager Billy King on Monday and Shaw is expected to meet with the team Wednesday. The person tells The Associated Press that the team has just those two candidates.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because details of the coaching...
Check out some photos of Jason Kidd's introductory press conference as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
The Brooklyn Nets have hired Jason Kidd as their coach, bringing the former star back to the franchise.
On the recent edition of The UC Show, the three amigos tackle the news that Jason Kidd is the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. The three were…well…shocked, to say the least. Sure, there are other names with vast coaching experience, but the Nets decide to roll with The Kidd. Will he be able [...]The post Podcast: The Angry Corner Presents – You Don’t Know Sh*t About Basketball...