• Jersey Spotlight // Jason Kidd Brooklyn Nets adidas REV30

Jersey Spotlight // Jason Kidd Brooklyn Nets adidas REV30

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words // Brandon Richard images // Nick DePaula Prior to tonight's preseason game against the Miami Heat, the Brooklyn Nets will honor one of the most versatile and all-time great players in franchise history with an official jersey retirement ceremony. That player also happens to be first year head coach Jason Kidd. In seven seasons with the then New Jersey Nets from 2001-2008, Kidd averaged 14.6 points, 9.1 assists and 7.2 rebounds per game. As a Net, he was named an NBA All-Star five times, was All-NBA three times and All-Defensive six times. He owns the franchise record for assists (4,620), steals (950), 3-point field goals made (813) and triple-doubles (61). More importantly, Kidd guided the Nets to two-straight NBA Finals appearances in 2002 and 2003. Though his Nets were defeated both times by Shaquille O'Neal's Lakers and Tim Duncan's Spurs, Kidd turning a 26-win team into a Finals team can't be overlooked. In fact, many experts and fans thought he was robbed of the 2001-2001 Most Valuable Player Award. After Kidd was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in 2008, he went on to win a championship with the franchise in 2011, played the last of his 19 seasons with the New York Knicks last year and retired...
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