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Mavs Moneyball Jun 23, 2016

Mike Conley as Mavericks' top target in free agency makes sense

The 28 year old point guard has been mentioned as the Mavs' top target, but is he worth it? The Mavericks have opened the last four seasons with different point guards, and that's not including the amount of players who have taken on that role throughout the seasons since the Dallas Mavericks parted with Jason Kidd. So when rumors surfaced that Mike Conley is the team's top target this summer, it showed that Mark Cuban is ready to stabilize the position and give Rick Carlisle a consistent face to lead the offense. Then when even more rumors surfaced that the team might actually have a...

Wade Baldwin shares interesting ties with Jason Kidd

Brooklyn, N.Y. Before ever meeting with the Milwaukee Bucks, former Vanderbilt guard Wade Baldwin IV already had one connection with head coach Jason Kidd. After a recent workout with the team, he found out their ties went deeper than expected.

Jason Kidd's deal worth $16.5 million, plus bonuses

The Bucks coach will enter the third and final year of his initial three-year deal during the 2016-’17 season. That deal was worth $5 million a year while the new contract will pay $5.5 million a year.

Bucks give Jason Kidd 3-year contract extension

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed head coach Jason Kidd to a three-year contract extension. Kidd also coached in Brooklyn in 2013-14, guiding the Nets to a 44-38 record and a playoff appearance. The Cleveland Plain Dealer printed nearly 500,000 copies of its Monday edition —180,000 more than originally planned — commemorating the Cavs’ NBA title.
Brew Hoop Jun 21, 2016

Jason Kidd officially signs extension, Bucks break ground on arena, latest NBA draft mockery

Bucks announce Jason Kidd extension | Bucks.comJason Kidd's reported three-year, $18 million contract extension is officially done, and the video clip that accompanied the team's official release had a not-so-subtle theme: "I'm very happy in my position here, and that's coaching and learning how to be a coach and trying to get better each day." #COACHCOACHCOACHCOACH PODCAST: Talking Bucks future and NBA Draft with SI's Andrew SharpHave you heard our draft podcast with Andrew Sharp yet? THERE'S STILL TIME! Download this episode (right click and save) Arena groundbreaking brings...

Kidd's 3-year extension done, takes him through 2019-'20 season

The Bucks announced Tuesday afternoon that coach Jason Kidd's three-year contract extension was finalized, keeping him with the franchise through the 2019-'20 season.

Warriors vs. Cavs: By the numbers

By the numbers 1 Teams out of 33 that lost the Finals after taking a 3-1 lead, this season’s Warriors 42.7 Warriors’ three-point shooting percentage (41-for-96) in their three wins 34.2 Warriors’ three-point shooting percentage (53-for-155) in their four losses 9 Warriors’ losses in the 82-game regular...

Contracts for Kidd and Zanik key for Bucks future, Edens says

The hiring of assistant GM Justin Zanik, work on a three-year contract extension for coach Jason Kidd and preparation for groundbreaking for the new arena have kept Milwaukee Bucks ownership busy.

Jason Kidd, Bucks close to finalizing three-year extension

The extension would keep Kidd with the Bucks through the 2019-’20 season, which includes the first two years of the team playing in its new downtown arena.
Brew Hoop Jun 13, 2016

Report: Bucks, Jason Kidd finalizing three-year extension

The new deal would keep Kidd around as coach until 2020. What, are you surprised? According to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, the Bucks and Jason Kidd are finalizing an extension that would keep him around as head coach through the 2020 season. The terms of the reported extension would be for three years and $15 million-plus. That $5 million a year for Kidd is in the same range of coaches such as Frank Vogel, Jeff Hornacek, Fred Hoiberg, and Luke Walton. Kidd has gone 74-90 in his first two seasons with the Bucks, split into one impressive season and one disappointing...
NetsDaily Jun 2, 2016

For Richard Jefferson, a last chance at a ring?

Jason Kidd got to the Finals twice as a Net, then four years after leaving New Jersey, got his ring in Dallas.  Kenyon Martin never got to the Finals again.  Nor did Keith Van Horn.  But now, one of the players who thrilled Nets fans 15 years ago will get what is almost certainly his last chance. As Fred Kerber notes, Richard Jefferson tied a record this week by going the longest time -- 13 years -- between Finals appearances, from 2013 with the Nets to this week with the Cavaliers. Sam Cassell had 13 years between his two championships with the Rockets and an encore with the Celtics. ...

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