Found December 16, 2012 on The Sport Mentalist 2:
PLAYERS: Jason Kidd
TEAMS: New York Knicks
Regrettably, we no longer get to see the nightly highlights of the mind-boggling passes that Jason Kidd used to make on the regular. The guy who would make his opponents look stupid with his superior court vision, exceptional ball-handling displays and passes that seem to reach his teammates from unbelievable angles has all but retired. Instead we are exposed to a different Kidd these days. Now in his 19th season in the league, Kidd is no longer a regular on the sports highlight shows but if you watch him during a game you will see why he is still an amazing player. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
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