To be honest, I don’t really know why the Milwaukee Bucks, who sit at seventh in the weak Eastern Conference with a mediocre 23-21 record after last night’s home loss to the Miami Heat, aren’t particularly good. I only know that, between Giannis Antetokounmpo, Eric Bledsoe, and a roster crammed with length,…
On Tuesday night, the Bucks got rolled by the Lakers—no small feat, considering just how uninterested the Lakers are in winning this year, even if they were capable. But L.A. has not surrendered its most potent home-court advantage: its strip clubs.
The Milwaukee Bucks—a popular preseason pick to make some noise in the Eastern Conference after signing Greg Monroe—fell to 6-9 Wednesday night after losing to the DeMarcus Cousins-less Sacramento Kings at home. Late in the fourth quarter head coach Jason Kidd’s frustration boiled over, and he slapped the ball out of…
This is a cool moment from last night's triple-OT thriller between the Bucks and Nets. Just before the last possession of the second overtime, cameras caught Bucks (and former Nets) head coach Jason Kidd going at the Nets' huddle with some well-timed chirping.
There's no semblance of a barrier between professional athletes and rappers today, but that wasn't the case in 1994. Long before Ron Artest put out his own mixtape or Damian Lillard dominated #FourBarFridays, the NBA's biggest stars were only just beginning to tiptoe into the studio, with oft-disastrous but…
Here's some fascinating video out of 1996 Japan. While on a promotional tour for Nike, Charles Barkley, Jason Kidd and Michael Finley took on three sumo wrestlers in a game refereed by Michael Jordan.
Well, that escalated quickly. Over the weekend, reports about Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd's unhappiness with his employers began to surface, along with talk that the first-year head coach was looking to escape to Milwaukee. Now it's being reported that Kidd has gotten his wish.
After just one season, Jason Kidd might be done as head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, and possibly head to Milwaukee.
David Aldridge reveals new details on the breakdown between Nets coach Jason Kidd and highly paid assistant Lawrence Frank, and there are two immediate conclusions to be drawn: This unequal partnership was always destined for spectacular failure, and Kidd brought it on himself.
Jason Kidd and the Nets have "reassigned" head assistant Lawrence Frank, and following the change, Frank will no longer be on the bench during games or at practice. If that sounds like being fired, it is, except for the part where Frank owes Kidd a book report every day.
On Wednesday night, Jason Kidd bought himself an extra timeout against the Lakers when he told Tyshawn Taylor to bump into him, spilling his drink. The Nets were losing 96-94 at that point and had no timeouts. The clean-up, before Jodie Meeks's second foul shot, gave the Nets some extra time to draw up a final play…
Down late at home to the Lakers and out of time outs, Nets coach Jason Kidd improvised a trick straight out of Upright Citizens Brigade and managed to "spill" his soda on the court, leading to a delay that let him write up a possible game-saving play.
Let's take a breath for 20 seconds of zen with Jason Kidd (speakers up):
Forced to give up his lifelong dream of franchise ownership for his new lifelong dream of being an agent, Jay Z has been looking to unload his stake in the Nets for a few months now. It seems it'll stay in the family: the Post reports that at least some of Jay Z's share will be purchased by new Nets coach Jason Kidd.
At a screening of Matt Damon's new sci-fi flick Elysium, Nets head coach Jason Kidd told The Source that he loves The Matrix and thinks he can use it (or Elysium) as a motivational tool. The Jason Kidd coaching experiment is gonna be great, you guys.