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Early Thursday it was reported that vet Jason Kidd was close to a three-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein, but apparently Kidd had a sudden change of heart and has decided to sign with the New York Knicks. The Mavs have had a rough off-season so far, not only losing out in [...]
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Jason Kidd has spent the past four-plus seasons in Dallas, and it doesn't look like he's going anywhere any time soon. Kidd is closing in on a multiyear contract with the Mavericks, according to ESPN.com. Kidd, of course, started his career in Dallas in 1994, and then enjoyed stints in Phoenix and New Jersey before being sent back to Dallas in 2008. The 10-time All-Star averaged...
On Wednesday night, Jason Kidd was reportedly close to finalizing a deal to remain in Dallas for a few more seasons. But by Thursday afternoon, things had changed. Kidd has agreed to join the New York Knicks, according to a report by ESPN. The specifics of the deal have yet to be released, but it's likely that the money will be worth more than the reported three-years, $9 million...
The Knicks have signed Jason Kidd to a three year contract.
The New York Knicks were relatively quiet in the first few days of the NBA free agency process. However, there are a few off-season moves worth noting.
It looks like the Knicks will not match the 3-year $20 million dollar offer signed by restricted free agent Landry Fields with the Toronto Raptors. The Knicks will however...
I’m not sure who is worse off after this move – fans of the Dallas Mavericks of fans of the New York Knicks?
Are the Knicks really better after signing an ancient point guard? It also sounds like they’re going to pay big money to keep Jeremy Lin. He’s a good player but will he be worth the salary? The Knicks are still a mess.
Meanwhile, the Dallas Mavericks that won a title...
With Deron Williams returning to Brooklyn and reports now circulating that Steve Nash is on the verge of landing with the Los Angeles Lakers in a sign-and-trade, the Dallas Mavericks options at point guard are running low.
But a familiar face just might be sticking around to run the show.
The Mavericks are working on a deal to re-sign Jason Kidd, reports Eddie Sefko of the Dallas...
Glenn James/NBAE via Getty ImagesRemember when Jason Kidd was going to go to the Nets in a package with Deron Williams in Brooklyn? Well, yeah, that isn’t going to happen. According to ESPN’s Ric Bucher, with the Nets acquiring Joe Johnson in a trade, there is no chance of Kidd coming to backup Williams. Luckily, for Brooklyn, they were able to get point guard Tyshawn Taylor...
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According to ESPN, Jason Kidd has said deuces to Dallas and will sign with the New York Knicks. Reports said Kidd was close to an agreement with the Mavs, but as we can see that quickly changed.
In an unforeseen reversal, Jason Kidd has decided to leave the Dallas Mavericks to join the New York Knicks, according to sources familiar...
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Jason Kidd will not be joining Deron Williams on the Nets, according to a source.
Vet Jason Kidd reportedly is close to a three-year, $9 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. The Mavs were interested in fellow free agent point guards Deron Williams and Steve Nash but fell short in their pursuit as Williams re-signed with the Nets Tuesday and Nash landed with the Lakers [...]
Now that Steve Nash and Deron Williams have made their decisions, it’s rumored that Jason Kidd will too and this time he may just stay with the Mavericks per ESPN. Jason Kidd appears prepared to end his career where he started it — with the Dallas Mavericks. The 39-year-old is closing in on a [...]
The Lakers get Steve Nash and the Knicks end up securing a multi-year deal with Jason Kidd. Kidd has decided to leave the Dallas Mavericks – that drafted him and where he finally won an NBA ring – and join the Knicks. The deal he was close to signing with the Mavericks was allegedly for [...]
The Mavs have a well-earned reputation for pulling off transaction magic. But now their own 'first-dibs' free agent Jason Kidd is changing gears and leaving town. In truth, the Mavs keep trying to pull a rabbit out of their hat but instead continually end up with a handful of rabbit droppings.
(Photo Credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) This has turned into a nightmare. Things have gotten so bad in Dallas that less than 24 hours ago, a Mavericks stalwart, 39-year-old Jason Kidd, turned down a 3-year, $9 million deal to go to New York. That wouldn’t be too terrible, if it wasn’t for one thing: He left [...]