Soon-to-be free agent point guard Jason Kidd has a lot of options in his mind. The 39-year old can picture himself hooping in various cities next season: Kidd would be happy backing up Deron Williams in Brooklyn (or Jeremy Lin in Manhattan), taking a one-year deal to return to Dallas, or moving to the Windy City to help Derrick Rose out. Per the Daily Herald: “Retirement is not on Kidd’s mind and he suggested money will not be his highest priority when he chooses a team. ‘My days of playing 38 minutes are over,’ he said. ‘Right now, physically and mentally, I feel great and would love to compete. I would be fine starting or not starting. I do want to finish the games, though. I think at this point in my career, it’s about winning and hopefully having the opportunity to win another championship.’”