Averaging 12.6 points, 8.7 assists, 6.3 rebounds and 1.9 steals over 1,391 games with four organizations, Kidd just retired from the NBA last week.
Lacking any experience on the sideline, the future Hall of Famer would wisely hire Lawrence Frank as a lead assistant.
One of the premier playmakers ever, Kidd has the tools to mature into a solid basketball teacher.
However, it’s surprising that a shrewd businessman like Prokhorov is willing to give an untrained Kidd a job in Brooklyn.
Selling the man listed by Forbes as the 69th richest individual on Earth, Jason Kidd is apparently going to become the newest leader of the Brooklyn Nets.by