Re: Jason Kidd to coach Bucks
Jason Kidd avoided repeated questions about why he wanted to leave the Nets for the Milwaukee Bucks and did not say "Brooklyn" or "Nets" during his introductory news conference Wednesday at the Bradley Center.
"This is business. I think [Nets general manager] Billy [King] said it best," Kidd said with a grin. "It's business, and that's what it comes down to."
Kidd agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract with the Bucks, sources tell ESPN.com's Marc Stein.
Steve Kerr and Derek Fisher, neither of whom has head-coaching experience, recently signed five-year deals worth $25 million each with the Warriors and Knicks, respectively.