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Watson had a great season with Brooklyn, but with just $1.1 million waiting for him in 2013-14 if he exercised his player option, the move to opt-out was a no-brainer
It was expected to happen, but it appears that Brooklyn Nets' back-up point guard C.J. Watson will opt out of the second-year of his deal with the team and move into the offseason as a free agent, as reported by the Post's Peter Vecsey. Coming over to Brooklyn this past July after two years with the Bulls, Watson posted 12.9 points and 3.8 assists per 36 minutes in 80 games coming off the bench to replace Deron Williams and even starting a few when D-Will was injured.
Only making a shade under $1 million, Watson was a cheap and effective cog in the Nets lineup who had a great regular season but faded in the postseason as he missed a few key three-pointers that could have been the difference in some of Brooklyn's losses to Chicago. But overall, a solid move by Billy King who filled in a hole...
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Jason Kidd has always seemed like the kind of player who would make a good coach and reportedly he is interested in the open Brooklyn Nets job.
Jason Kidd is interested in the Brooklyn Nets' coaching position and plans to talk to the team this week, a person familiar with the situation said Sunday.
Kidd led the Nets to consecutive NBA Finals in 2002-03 as a player and is interested in replacing P.J. Carlesimo, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team is not discussing its search...
Brooklyn Nets: Jason Kidd As Coach? They Have to Be Joking
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Jason Kidd is a candidate to be the next head coach of the Brooklyn Nets and will reportedly interview for the job. Kidd who just retired, literally less than two weeks ago, is one of the best players in the history of the franchise, but this is a ridiculous idea. This is a team...
Jason Kidd is serious in his pursuit to become the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Kidd, who retired from the NBA one week ago, led the Nets to two NBA Finals appearances during his tenure in New Jersey.
A meeting is scheduled for early this week between Kidd and Brooklyn Nets general manager Billy King to discuss this topic.
Kidd, 40, has no previous...
Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that fresh off retirement Jason Kidd has a strong interest in re-joining the Nets, but this time as their Head Coach.
Freshly retired NBA star Jason Kidd is pursuing the Brooklyn Nets‘ head coaching job and his candidacy has been discussed within the highest levels of the organization, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, recently retired Jason Kidd, who was reported to have interest in the Nets coaching job Sunday, met with the team’s general manager, Billy King, on Monday. His plan to bring on former Nets coach, Lawrence Frank, has the team ‘seriously’ considering him as a candidate.
Jason Kidd met with Brooklyn Nets general manager Billy King on Monday...
Jason Kidd already looks the part of a coach. In his postgame attire of double-Windsor-knotted ties and impeccably tailored suits, Kidd cleaned up quite well after running around a basketball court for however long he was allowed to toward the end of his playing career. If he takes over on an NBA bench, as he desires, at least he would not need to update his wardrobe.
Yahoo! Sports is reporting that recently retired New York Knick Jason Kidd is showing interest in the Brooklyn Nets head coaching position. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Kidd has already spoken with the highest level of the organization.
Y! Sources: Jason Kidd is pursuing the Brooklyn Nets head coaching job. yhoo.it/18kqFyf
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Jason Kidd announced his retirement from the NBA last week, and it looks like he is ready to move on to his next career. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Kidd had let the Brooklyn Nets know that he is interested in their head coaching vacancy. Wojnarowski says the possibility of hiring Kidd has [...]
It has only been a week since Jason Kidd retired, ending a 19-year career that saw him put up incredible numbers with the Mavericks, Suns and Nets and redefine his career time and time again as he got older. He is a surefire hall of famer, a triple double machine and one of the great point guards in NBA history.
It does not seem like Kidd will have to wait long to find something...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Jason Kidd, who announced his retirement from the NBA less than a week ago, is reportedly interested in the Nets’ head coaching job.
Freshly retired NBA star Jason Kidd is pursuing the Brooklyn Nets’ head coaching job and his candidacy has been discussed within the highest levels of the organization, league sources told Yahoo...
Jason Kidd is interested in becoming the next head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Kidd's interest has been internally discussed within the highest levels of the franchise, according to sources.
Kidd retired from the NBA last week and spent many of his best seasons with the Nets.
The Nets have targeted Brian Shaw as their top candidate.
The Brooklyn Nets hired Jason Kidd as their coach Wednesday, bringing the former star back to the franchise he led to its greatest NBA success.
Kidd retired earlier this month after one season with the New York Knicks, his 19th in the NBA. The Nets decided to hire him to replace P.J. Carlesimo despite his absence of coaching experience.
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The Brooklyn Nets is one of the NBA teams still looking for a head coach. They deemed that PJ Carlesimo is inadequate to what the plan is for Prokhorov. This is one of the places where Brian Shaw is ticketed to. But another guard has possibly thrown his hat into the ring. Recently-retired Jason Kidd has reportedly shown interest in the Nets’ HC position, if you ask Y!’s Woj....
The recently retired Jason Kidd is reportedly working towards being named the next head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.