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Jason Kidd to Retire


After 19 seasons in the NBA as one of the best rebounding and passing point guards Jason Kidd is set to retire. 

Kidd played with the Dallas Mavericks 94-96, Phoenix Suns 96-2001, New Jersey Nets 01-08, Mavericks again 08-12, and ended his career with the New York Knicks after one season. 



"I think it's the right time," Kidd told ESPNNewYork.com.

The thought of retirement started to hit Kidd's mind around the All Star break. 

Kidd, 40, is surely leaving a legacy behind. As a 10 time All Star hes led the league in assists five times and finished second all time in assists and steals behind John Stockton.

Kidd, has two years remaining on his contract at just over $3 million per year.

He's had an NBA championship with the Mavericks and two Olympic gold medals with team USA. 

Congrats to Jason Kidd who is surely going to be a Hall of Fame point guard. 
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