• Garnett: Kidd's talk on resting 'didn't go too well'

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 1, 2013
    “It didn’t go too well,” Garnett said. Kidd spoke with Garnett recently about limiting the 37-year-old’s wear and tear by not allowing him to play games on consecutive days. But even his diligence and best intentions can’t fully prepare him for what’s in store, as Kidd apparently found out in some preliminary discussions with the recently acquired Kevin Garnett. It’s a wise way to go through the transition process; though Kidd has long been lauded for his cerebral approach to the game, he still has an incredible amount to learn in terms of managing talent and strategy from the other side. "I don't want to say night and day from last year but it is just a different feeling," point guard Deron Williams said. "The energy was better. It was more intense. Just a better feeling." "I don't know why.
    Source: CNNSI.com
    • D-Will: Energy's better in Nets' first practice

      The Jason Kidd coaching era began on Tuesday with a two-hour, high-energy, defensive-oriented practice for the Brooklyn Nets at Duke's practice facility.
      Source: ESPN.com

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