Monday, June 3rd, 2013 at 12:45 pm  |  28 responses

Jason Kidd Has Retired

The Knicks have announced that 40-year-old guard Jason Kidd is calling it quits. Congrats on a great career, J-Kidd. Via Knicks PR:

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  • bringbackthesonics

    it’s fitting that he and grant hill retire at the same time

  • Dymez

    Grant Hill and Jason Kidd hanging them up at the same time. How cool is that?

  • Max

    It was about time, still happy for JKidd that he finally got a ring with the Mavs!

  • Saleem Rainman

    Great Great Career. first Ballot Hall of Famer for sure.

  • Junkie


  • The Mauve Avenger

    Assist machine and one of the best floor generals the NBA has seen. Glad he got his ring before he called it a career.

  • Mantas

    Both Co-ROY too !!!

  • fruizm

    They probably coordinated this a long time ago!!

  • Tuomas Uotila

    Now all we need is Glenn Robinson whining.

  • spit hot fiyah

    he did get a ring on the way out

  • sauldreyes

    now co-retirees lol

  • Stepfan Raiford

    The great Jason Kidd has finally retired. One of my favorite players. He got robbed for the MVP twice in his Nets tenure.

  • https://twitter.com/jasontichenor Mr. Wet

    My thoughts exactly. He came into the league as Ason (because he had no J).
    Even though he became one the league’s most consistant shooters, it’s maybe fitting he left without his shot.

  • Mike Mihalow

    Judging by his playoff performance, I can see why.
    I guess now he’ll have plenty of time to bang models way too hot to be with him.

  • Dfrance

    I don’t like the term ‘hater’ but that’s just what you sound like right here.

  • Slick ric

    Bush League move by JKidd trying to kill Hill shine. lol

  • http://www.netstakeover.com/ JetSkiJohnson

    i wish he retired a Net but…..

  • http://twitter.com/niQknacks niQ

    Man, that’s crazy. Wishing him the best!

  • Haha

    By bang do u mean hit with a pan?

  • Redd

    A month ago I’d be happy for him but now I really care less about him.

  • TR

    My favorite player of all time. True PG.

  • http://www.rich-imaging.com/ Dutch Rich

    I hope he can find a way back into the Nets organization as an ambassador or something, or an assistant coach.
    Best guard we ever had, and we had some good ones over the decades.
    It’s funny how people have consistently tried to find reasons to criticize his character.
    For 19 yrs, post-game, game , pre-game that guy has been nothing but the ultimate professional, always brought positive energy.
    Gonna miss watching him play.


    J KIDD was the man.

  • bike

    He should come back long enough to make one more basket. Just so his tombstone doesn’t read ’0-18′.

    On the other hand, if it takes longer than a few months, then just forget it.

  • silebyboy

    First Grant and now Jason. Whatever traces of my childhood remained have just been snatched away.

  • Junior Taylor

    Legit Top-5 PG of all-time. 2nd in Assists, 2nd in Steals, 3rd in 3PTs, 3rd in Minutes, and 3rd in Trip Dubs.

  • Sergio

    I raise you all a question: who had the better career, Kidd or Nash?

  • Dev

    Kidd easily