• Knicks' Kidd retiring after 19 NBA seasons

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Jun 4, 2013
    A little while ago Jason Kidd announced that he is officially retiring from the NBA. Jason Kidd has announced his retirement, according to the New York Knicks. But on a night when the Pacers played the Heat in the kind of Game 7 that Kidd came here to play, you have to know that Jason Kidd – even in his last season – was so much more than the way that season ended, without a basket for what felt like months. And perhaps most painful of all for Kidd was that with the Knicks playing for their season last mo...
    Sources: ESPN.com nba.com
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      Jason Kidd announced his retirement Monday, just two weeks after being benched in the second half of the Knicks final playoff game against the Indiana Pacers.
    • Jason Kidd retires from the NBA after 19 seasons

      Just two days after fellow 1994-95 co-Rookie of the Year Grant Hill retired from basketball, former Dallas, Phoenix, New Jersey and New York point guard Jason Kidd has announced his own retirement. The 10-time All-Star turned 40 in March and suffered th…
    • Kidd, second all-time in assists, retires after 19 years

      New York Knickerbockers Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations and General Manager Glen Grunwald announced today that 10-time NBA All-Star guard Jason Kidd has retired from playing professional basketball.
      Source: nba.com
    • Jason Kidd has announced his retirement, according to the New York Knicks.

      Jason Kidd has announced his retirement, according to the New York Knicks. He leaves the game with the second-most assists in NBA history. Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com

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