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On Monday, Jason Kidd announced his retirement from the NBA. Let's take a look back into his playing days at Cal with this mixtape.
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With the news that Jason Kidd is calling it a career after 19 excellent, Hall-of-Fame worthy NBA seasons, we figured that’d be as good a place as any to start our Knicks Player Season Review series.
Remember when Kidd signed as a free agent last offseason? Where a lot of the positive sentiment was that “Alrighty we have someone who Jeremy Lin can really learn the game from!”...
Jason Kidd is retiring from the NBA. Kidd, 40, began to think about retirement at the All-Star break but did not make a decision until last weekend.
“I think it is the right time,” Kidd told ESPNNewYork.com. “When you think about 19 years, it has been a heckuva ride. Physically, I want to be able to participate in activities with my kids so it has taken a toll. It is time to...
On Monday afternoon, 40-year-old Jason Kidd finally announced that it’s time for him to move on. For J-Kidd fans: have no fear because Kidd is almost sure to stay involved in the game as a broadcaster or a coach. That will give his fans an opportunity to see the more friendly side of him.
Just try to imagine Jason Kidd not staying involved with the NBA in some capacity. Kidd...
Another NBA great has decided to call it quits this week. First it was Grant Hill, and now J. Kidd. When fans think of Jason Kidd they immeditaley think of his ability to distribute the rock. Kidd was the quintessential point guard – he would find his playmakers wherever they were. And a lot of times we would find them when they didn’t look open.
Here’s a collection of 10 J...
Jason Kidd announced through the New York Knicks' website that he is retiring after 19 years in the league. Kidd is by any measure one of the best point guards in NBA history. Six All-NBA first team or second teams, nine All Defensive first or second teams. Per the Knicks release, he averaged 12.6 points, 8.7 assists. 6.3 rebounds and 1.93 steals per game over his career...
Jason Kidd announced his retirement after a wonderful 19-year career in the NBA and in honor of him hanging up his sneakers, Cal’s athletic department released a two minute highlight video of his time there. The crossover on Bobby Hurley towards the end of the reel is pretty fantastic.
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Writing was on the wall after he didn’t score a point in the Knicks last 394949339 games.
“My time in professional basketball has been an incredible journey, but one that must come to an end after 19 years,” Jason Kidd says.
Kidd is a lock for the Hall of Fame, one of the best passers of our generation.
Without flash, Jason Kidd elevated the play of team after team
On Monday, legendary NBA point guard Jason Kidd announced his retirement from the New York Knicks.
Jason Kidd retired on Monday after 19 seasons. He’s an NBA champion, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, a 10-time all-star, a future hall of famer and, of course, a local product. He’ll go down as one of the greatest all-around point guards to ever play the game. But on this day Kidd says farewell to basketball, here is a list of the things I’ll most remember about his career...
Mark Cuban’s public stance on Jason Kidd’s retirement? Silence. His private stance?
'Cube reached out and sent me a nice note,' Kidd tells 105.3 The Fan. 'Cube is one of, if not the, best owner in sports. We were lucky to be with him when we won that championship.' And maybe, if the ice thaws, both sides can consider themselves lucky to reunite?
With Jason Kidd’s retirement earlier this week, Kevin Garnett becomes the active leader in minutes (47,801) and games played (1,323).
At 37, KG isn’t the league’s oldest player. Kurt Thomas (40), Juwan Howard (40), Steve Nash (39), Derek Fisher (38) and Jerry Stackhouse (38) are all clinging to their respective careers. Nash is the only one of the group with a contract for...
Multiple sources have reported in the past few days that 1995 Co-Rookies Of The Year Grant Hill and Jason Kidd are both retiring after 19 years in the NBA. Kidd will make the Hall of Fame, while Hill is unlikely to get in. Once upon a time, Hill had the much bigger future. Hill was the first heir apparent to Michael Jordan (not counting the overhyped Harold "Baby Jordan"...
With Jason Kidd announcing his retirement from the NBA earlier today, I figured it was only right to compile this list. While Kidd was a shell of himself during the 2012-13 season, he will go out as one of the greatest to do ever do it as his position. Second all time in career assists and steals behind only John Stockton. Third all time in three pointers made. And Kidd’s 107...