NBA Free Agency: Jason Kidd Wants To Play For Mavericks Or Nets

Jason Kidd brought up the New Jersey Nets and the Dallas Mavericks when asked where he hopes to land in free agency this offseason. The veteran point guard would like to return to the Mavs, but is very interested in the Nets especially if they manage to re-sign Derrick Williams.

Kidd has no illusions about where he is in his career. He could be very effective coming off the bench for the Nets, or running the floor in partnership with Williams. He is also very familiar and comfortable with the Mavericks having spent the last four seasons in Dallas.

Kidd averaged under 30 minutes per game last season for the first time in NBA career. His numbers dipped to 6.2 points and 5.5 assists per game, both career lows.

For more on Kidd and the Mavericks, check out Mavs Moneyball and SB Nation Dallas. For more on the Nets, head over to NetsDaily and SB Nation New York.

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