With dozens of cameras snapping and a basketball in Jason Kidd’s hand, one photographer yelled “Coach! Over here!” towards the recently retired point guard. Kidd, after a split second, looked in his direction, grinning. “Coach,” he said. “It’s coach from now on.”
The comeback Kidd. Just around 8:00pm on Wednesday evening, reports started flying that the Brooklyn Nets have hired Jason Kidd to be their next head coach. Peter Vecsey was the first: This just in: Brian Shaw was told by Billy King that Nets picked Jason Kidd as their head coach — Peter Vecsey (@PeterVecsey1) June […]
Joseph A. Gambardello of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Jason Kidd will be the next Brooklyn Nets head coach, and that Kidd is in the process of signing a three-year deal with the team.
Jason Kidd has emerged as a “strong frontrunner” for the Brooklyn Nets head coaching job and could be hired by the end of the week, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. There was no indication that Kidd had been officially offered the job as of this morning, a team source told The Brooklyn Game. […]
Here is the official statement about PJ Carlesimo: “The Brooklyn Nets organization would like to thank P.J. for his efforts with the team in his roles as both head coach and assistant, and for his contributions to the team’s success both on and off the court. We wish P.J. and his family only the best […]
This is a fuxking Outrage. My dad is a great coach, he just got coach of the month and they Fire him. #Smh. Completely new team he had. — Avery Johnson Jr. (@itsaveryjohnson) December 27, 2012 The expectations were way to high for this team. We didn’t even have a losing record…. Didn’t even give […]