An NBA blog from Newsday's Bobby Bonett
Newsday freelance photographer James Carbone snapped this picture of Jason Kidd's 2010 Cadillac Escalade. According to police, Kidd drove the car into a utility pole at the corner of Cobb Road and Little Cobb Road in Water Mill on Sunday.
Police arrested Kidd on a charge of driving while intoxicated, and said that Kidd "smelled heavily of an alcoholic beverage" and was "very...Read more »
OK, so Dwight Howard isn't getting traded to the Nets. At least, reports suggest that's the case. Heck, by the time you finish reading this, the trade talks might be back on.
But that won't stop us from having some Nets trade-themed fun, right?
Newsday looked back in Nets history and selected 21 of the biggest trades in franchise history. Starting with the team's acquisition of Tiny...Read more »
On the same day Jeremy Lin, arguably the Knicks' most popular player, reportedly agreed to sign an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, a Hall of Fame point guard reportedly agreed to take his talents to the Big Apple.
OK, let's take a step back. The 39-year-old Jason Kidd the Knicks reportedly signed to a three-year, $9 million deal isn't the same Jason Kidd that averaged near-double-doubles...Read more »
UPDATE: ESPN.com's Marc Stein, citing sources, reports via Twitter that Jason Kidd has instead decided to sign with the Knicks. Check newsday.com/sports for updates.
From earlier . . .
After striking out on Deron Williams and Steve Nash, the Mavericks may finally be nearing a deal with a starting point guard.
According to ESPN's Jeff Caplan, the Mavs and veteran point guard Jason...Read more »
Dallas Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd beat out five other players for the 2011-12 NBA Sportsmanship Award, the league announced today.
The award, according to the NBA, is given to the player that "reflects the ideals of sportmanship -- ethical behavior, fair play and integrity."
Kidd received 93 first-place votes of a possible 334. NBA players voted on the award.
Kidd...Read more »
Injury may keep Jeremy Lin from being named the league's Most Improved Player, but the Knicks point guard now has another chance at some NBA hardward.
Lin was named one of six NBA finalists for the 2011-12 NBA Sportsmanship Award. The award is given to the player who "best represents the ideals of sportmanship on the court."
The finalists, one from each division, were narrowed...Read more »