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The retirements of Jason Kidd and Grant Hill over the past few weeks have left me in a nostalgic mood. The two 19-year veterans were the second and third picks of the 1994 draft, which was the height of my Milwaukee Bucks fandom. I was never more excited about a sports-related non-sporting event than the 1994 draft lottery when the Bucks won...
Many experts wondered if Jason Kidd would take the summer to learn a few of the intricacies of coaching, or jump right in with his team during the NBA summer league.
Newsday is reporting that Kidd has chosen to jump right in, and start coaching his team during the Orlando Summer League.
“I think it’s the best thing to get right into it,” Kidd said on ESPN Radio. “I know that...
The Brooklyn Nets have big expectations for first-year head coach Jason Kidd, who was just hired. Well, at least the team owner does.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban lost it when Jason Kidd up and bolted to join the New York Knicks.
In 2012, Cuban told the Dallas Morning News that he was furious with kid for what he did and how he did it.
“I was more than upset,” Cuban said. “I thought he was coming (back). I was pissed.” “J-Kidd’s a big boy, he can do whatever he wants,” Cuban said. “But you...
Jason Kidd, who was hired to coach the Brooklyn Nets just days after retiring as a player, has a court date next week in New York stemming from a drunken driving arrest last year.
Kidd has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor DWI and other charges. A spokesman for prosecutors in Suffolk County on eastern Long Island confirms that Kidd is due in Southampton Town Court on June 20.
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago
I might come off to some of you as a disgruntled Knicks fan, but if you read into what I am saying I think you will understand that my point is valid.
Jason Kidd and the Knicks season ended with great disappointment. NY lost in the 2nd round, being outplayed and overmatched in every way. Jason Kidd looked liked a player that had lost his skills and just could not “bring it” every...
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A source confirms Jason Kidd will be the new coach of the Nets.
— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) June 13, 2013
Jason Kidd did not stay away from the NBA for long. Kidd, 40, recently retired but will return to the league as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Kidd played for the Nets from 2001-2008 and reportedly blew the team away when interviewed for...
According to reports, recently retired Jason Kidd has emerged as one of the leading candidates to take over as head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Fresh off retiring from the NBA as a player, Jason Kidd must've come to the conclusion that he was getting very bored very quickly after just a few days at home.The now former Knicks' guard is wasting no time looking for his next job, gunning for the Nets' vacant head coaching position.There are plenty of things farfetched with such a development. Just weeks after last...
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Jason Kidd has always seemed like the kind of player who would make a good coach and reportedly he is interested in the open Brooklyn Nets job.