Nets Holding Grudge with Jason Kidd
Jason Kidd insists he holds no bitterness toward the Nets. There are enough memories, some bad, most good, from a 61/2-year run to fill a lifetime. There were the two trips to the NBA Finals, friendships throughout the organization, running with Kenyon Martin and Kerry Kittles. There are regrets – no title after twice coming so close and the lack of fan support. Kidd also resents three negative entries on his resume – any blame he receives for the firing of former Nets coach Byron Scott, the notion he wanted out of New Jersey because he was denied a contract extension and December’s infamous migraine incident. Click here for more from the New York Post.