Jason Kidd responds to Mikhail Prokhorov comments, challenges him to a one-on-one


Former Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd, now with the Milwaukee Bucks, responded to comments made last night by Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov. Prokhorov said of Kidd’s departure: “Don’t let the door hit you where the good Lord split you,” adding “I don’t think we should get mad, I think we should get even.”

Here’s what Kidd had to say, according to Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal-Setinel:

Note: Bucks vs. Nets is on November 19th, not 18th.

I don’t know about all this. Kidd would dominate a one-on-one basketball game between the two, even though Prokhorov has the distinct height advantage, and that’s increased if he’s allowed to play on a court made of his money. It’s also a weird way to duke out your frustrations, especially since Kidd’s fully retired from playing.

Also, we’ve seen Mikhail Prokhorov play basketball. Safe to say his jumper didn’t play into his billions.

Would you watch a Kidd-vs.-Prokhorov one-on-one?