Found May 21, 2013 on Knicks Journal :
Though many of the Knicks met with the media on Saturday night (following the team's playoff elimination loss to the Pacers) as well as Monday afternoon to discuss the end to their season, Jason Kidd was not one of them.The future Hall of Famer opted not to speak with reporters, avoiding even further scrutiny than he had previously fallen under, having not scored a single point in his final ten playoff games.Thus, the point guard left his teammates, coaches, and General Manager Glen Grunwald to perhaps cushion his recent struggles, all the while pondering what his next plan of action will be.After speaking Kidd, both Grunwald and Mike Woodson have asserted they believe he will return to the Knicks next season. With two more seasons on the three-year pact he signed with New York last summer, Kidd is technically obligated to do so.But whether or not they truly want him back is the real question. Though Kidd fizzled out and became invisible during the playoffs, his impact was undou...
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