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Report: NBA to fine Jason Kidd $50,000 for spilled drink

According to a report from YaHoo Sports, the NBA will be fining Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd $50,000 for dropping his cup of soda on the floor in order to create extra time for himself with no timeouts remaining. TV replays caught Kidd telling Nets guard Tyshawn Taylor to “hit me” with 8.3 seconds left against the Lakers at the Barclays Center. Taylor walked up and into...

Jason Kidd stages spilled drink to give Nets extra 'timeout' (Video)

Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd used a sneaky move to give his team an extra "timeout" in the final seconds of Wednesday night's game against the Lakers when the Nets didn't have any left.It happened with eight seconds left as the Lakers had a 96-94 lead, with Lakers guard Jodie Meeks having made his first free throw and about to attempt his second shot. Kidd was...

WATCH: Jason Kidd purposely spills drink on the court to delay the end of the game

First year head coach Jason Kidd pulled off a savvy move that may result in a fine when the NBA reviews the footage. With Jodie Meeks at the line up two points, Kidd told his point guard Tyshawn Taylor to purposely bump him so that he could spill his drink onto the court. This caused for a delay and Kidd a chance to meet with his team without having to use a timeout. In this Vine...

Video: Jason Kidd seemingly intentionally spills drink on court to use delay to draw up play

Tweet With 8.3 second remaining in the game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night, the Lakers were at the foul line up by two points. With the Nets set to get the ball back, it would have been nice if they could draw up a play, but they were out of timeouts at that point. That’s when this happened: Nets head coach Jason...

Report: NBA Will Fine Nets Coach Jason Kidd $50K For Intentionally Spilling Drink To Stall Wednesday’s Game

Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd didn’t have any timeouts with under 10 seconds remaining in his team’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night. In the middle of a difficult predicament, Kidd came up with a plan to stall the game. He was holding a cup of soda, and appeared to ask one of his players to bump into him. Tyshawn Taylor walked over to his coach, the...

Jason Kidd’s spilled drink: Brilliant, or BS?

With eight seconds left in a big comeback against the Lakers, Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd pulled Tyshawn Taylor.  They were down two, with no time outs left. Fortunately, serendipity intervened when Taylor clumsily bumped into Kidd, who was holding a drink.  The drink spilled, and Kidd had a chance to talk to his team while the towel boys mopped up the mess. But the replay...

CupGate: Did J-Kidd Spill On Purpose...???

((HT: NBA on ESPN))With 8.3 seconds left in Wednesday's game against the Lakers, Tyshawn Taylor knocked into his head coach, Jason Kidd, and spilled his drink on the floor of the Lakers home court... Not completely unheard of, you say...???Completely innocent... you say...???The Nets were out of time outs and it gave the Nets a chance to draw up a play to try and go for the icing...

NBA To Fine Jason Kidd $50K For Intentionally Spilling Drink

Well that was quick. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Jason Kidd will be fined $50,000 for his spilled drink routine that enabled the Nets to draw up a play late in their loss to the Lakers. The NBA will fine Nets coach Jason Kidd $50,000 for his stunt with the dropped cup in loss to Lakers, league sources tell Yahoo. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) November 29, 2013  

Andre Iguodala jokes about Jason Kidd drink spill on Twitter

Yesterday on TNLP, we posted a story about Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd “accidentally” spilling a drink nearing the end of the Lakers/Nets game. After the drink spill occurred, some thought that J-Kidd had purposely done it and Warriors forward Andre Iguodala decided to joke about it on Twitter: If I ever become a coach, I'm using that drink spill trick… — Andre...

Jason Kidd spills drink after collision with Tyshawn Taylor

It’s not often that we get to see delay from an NBA head coach due to a spilled drink but that’s exactly what happened tonight during the Lakers/Nets affair. With less than ten seconds remaining, Lakers guard Jodie Meeks was at the line and Nets guard Tyshawn Taylor went to discuss the gameplan with head coach Jason Kidd. Watch as Taylor accidentally runs into Kidd to spill his...

Jason Kidd admits to spilling coke on purpose

After the NBA fined him $50,000 Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd spoke about his actions at the end of Wednesday nights loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. With no further discipline on tap, Kidd spoke about the incident calling it something he “probably shouldn’t have done.” As interesting is that Kidd believes his actions were in the best interest of trying to win the game for...

Jason Kidd’s Reaction to Nets Winning a Game is Quite Amusing (Video)

I guess you would call this relief more than anything else.

Video: Jason Kidd’s Reaction After Nets Win Sums Up the Season So Far

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Nets continue to flop around in embarrassing fashion

The Nets season has been a dumpster fire so far this season. With last night's loss to the Lakers, the Nets sit at 4-11. Brooklyn is not where they thought they would be. Really where anyone thought they would be. Brooklyn needed 17 points from little-needed Mirz Teletovic to erase a 27-point deficit. Paul Pierce's 3-pointer fell short at the end and the Nets lost. ...

Always Looking Up- Embracing the Brooklyn Nets Struggle

No one saw this one coming… The Brooklyn Nets are hovering at 4-11 and sitting next to the bottom of the league beside their neighbour New York Knicks. Jason Kidd looks to find coaching as a bigger challenge within itself. When the Raptors took on the new-look Brooklyn Nets it seemed as though most of their guidance was coming from the assistant coach Lawrence Frank. Sure the...
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