Former Mavs star Jason Kidd hopped on with 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday to talk about his retirement, the Mavs championship and his relationships with Mark Cuban and Dirk Nowitzki.
On Monday, Jason Kidd announced his retirement from basketball as the 2nd greatest Maverick behind Dirk … but who’s 3rd?
It was 19 years ago when Jason Kidd and Grant Hill were to be named “co-Rookies of the Year’’ and the two of them were guests on my radio show as we made the nation-wide announcement. Now, suddenly the two of them are retired.
Jason Kidd, the 19-year veteran who helped lead the Dallas Mavericks to the 2011 NBA title, has retired from the NBA.
“There’s a lot of different stuff I may have the opportunity to do,” Kidd said. “If I play, I plan on playing for the Knicks. I got to be honest with myself. I’m a young man. (But) I got to see if I could still mentally do the grind all over again.”
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