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 Morning News on Wednesday.
Kidd is a free agent after finishing a three-year, 25 million deal with the Mavericks after this past season.
Originally, it was reported that Kidd would follow Williams where ever he signed to play in a back-up role, but after the Nets re-signed Gerald Wallace and pulled off a trade for Atlanta's Joe Johnson, Brooklyn put their money into other assets, making it tough to bring in Kidd.
Kidd, who was drafted by Dallas as the 2 overall pick in the 1994 draft, will turn 40 this season, his 19th in the NBA.
Sefko reports that the Mavericks might prefer signing Kidd and his bac...