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Jason Kidd Wiki Biography
Jason Kidd is a former basketball player from America who was born on 23 March 1973, in San Fransisco, California USA. He played for many teams in THE NBA, including THE “Dallas Mavericks”, “Phoenix Suns”, “New Jersey Nets” as well as “New York Knicks”, starting the journey in 1994 and retiring in 2013. He is mostly noted for his impressive basket ball skills shown in the position of point guard. Currently, he has been serving as the head coach to THE “Milwaukee Bucks”.
A ten-time NBA All-Star and a dominating name in basketball during his professional career, how rich is Jason Kidd? Jason NOW has an estimated net worth of $75 million. Obviously, the majority of his net worth has been accumulated as the result of his outstanding basketball career, and his current service as a head coach is also adding to his pile of his riches. Jason Kidd leads a luxurious life as a celebrity in his multi-million dollar mansion in Hamptons and likes to drive his 1958 Chevy Impala among many other of his luxury cars.
Jason Kidd Net Worth $75 Million
Jason was born to an African-American father and an Irish-American mother, in an upper middle class family in Oakland. He attended St. Paschal Baylon School where he started to show his exceptional skills as a basketball player. He was noted as one of the top players of the country when he was in high school. He took his interest and passion to the next level when he enrolled in the University of California, Berkeley. Jason played basketball extensively in college and was then picked by the Dallas Mavericks in the 1994 NBA Draft, to begin his professional career. Jason started his career being awarded the “Rookie of the Year” title, and since then, enjoyed a hugely successful career.
Recognized as one of the best point guards of all time, Jason held a high profile before retiring. He played with four different teams in his career, and contributed to winning many titles for the teams as well as himself. He won two Olympic gold medals in 2000 and 2008. He is also remembered mostly for winning the NBA Championship in 2011 with his team the “Dallas Mavericks”. He played almost 1600 games, and was a 10-time NBA All-Star, and is ranked third in 3-point field goals, and second in assists and steals. All these achievements, and salary and bonuses contributed greatly to his net worth. After retiring from the sport as a professional player in 2013, he briefly coached the “Brooklyn Nets”, and after that he joined “Milwaukee Bucks” as the head coach, where he still serves.
Jason Kidd has married twice and fathers five children from different marriages. His previous marriage to Joumana, who is the mother of three children, ended in divorce in 2007 after a series of domestic abuse situations by Jason on Joumana. Jason has taken anger management classes after the incident. Jason is now an apparently loving husband and a caring father, married to Porschla Coleman who is the mother of Jason’s two other children. Jason has been ranked #28 in the list of top 50 greatest basketball players of all time, as published in SLAM Magazine.
|Full Name||Jason Kidd|
|Net Worth||$75 Million|
|Salary||8.5 million USD|
|Date Of Birth||March 23, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)|
|Weight||209 lbs (95 kg)|
|Profession||Basketball player, Basketball Coach|
|Education||St. Joseph Notre Dame High School, University of California, Berkeley|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Porschla Coleman (m. 2011), Joumana Kidd (m. 1997–2007)|
|Children||Jazelle Kidd, Trey Jason Kidd, Miah Kidd|
|Parents||Anne Kidd, Steve Kidd|
|Siblings||Kim Kidd, Denise Kidd|
|Nicknames||Jason Frederick Kidd , J-Kidd|
|Awards||All-NBA Team, NBA Rookie of the Year Award, NBA All-Defensive Team, NBA All-Star Weekend Skills Challenge, NBA All-Rookie Team, NBA Sportsmanship Award, Mr. Basketball USA, Naismith Boy’s High School Player of the Year, Pac-12 Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, USBWA National Freshman o…|
|Nominations||Best NBA Player ESPY Award|
|Movies||Gunnin’ For That #1 Spot, NBA Now! Showmen of Today, 1 Love, NBA Finals 2002: Official Championship|
|1||(February 19) Traded to the Dallas Mavericks as part of an eight-player deal. The New Jersey Nets also get two first-round draft picks and $3 million. |
|2||Selected by the Dallas Mavericks in the first round (2nd pick overall) of the 1994 NBA draft.|
|3||Coach of the Brooklyn Nets, 2013-present.|
|4||Played with the Dallas Mavericks (1994 thru 1996-1997[start]; 2007-2008[end] thru 2012), Phoenix Suns (1996-1997[end] thru 2001), New Jersey Nets (2001 thru 2007-2008[start]), and New York Knicks (2012-2013).|
|5||On July 15, 2012, Kidd was arrested by Southampton Town police in New York and charged with a misdemeanor of driving while intoxicated.|
|6||Children: Trey J. Kidd (b. October 12, 1998), twins Miah M. Kidd (b. September 26, 2002) and Jazelle M. Kidd (b. September 26, 2002).|
|7||Wife is an aspiring television reporter for NBA-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey. She was reported to be one of the finalists for the NFL Monday Night Football (1970) job, which eventually went to Lisa Guerrero.|
|8||Signed a six-year $99 million dollar contract to stay with the New Jersey Nets. [July 2003]|
|9||His father is African-American, his mother is Irish-American.|