Jason Kidd is a retired former professional basketball player, one of the greatest point guards of all time. Immediately after his retirement in 2013, Kidd signed on to coach NBA's Brooklyn Nets.
After only one season, he moved on to lead Milwaukee Bucks.
Kidd is a surefire Hall of Famer, with credentials including two Olympic gold medals, 1995 co-Rookie of the Year*, ten NBA All-Star appearances, five All-NBA First Team selections, 2011 NBA Championship and the second most assists in league history behind only John Stockton. (*shared with Grant Hill)
Jason Kidd shoes include Nikes exclusively from high school through the 2008 Olympics. His first two signature shoes, Nike Air Zoom Flight '95 and Zoom Flight Five are among the era's standout basketball shoes. Kidd then plays a few years with emerging Chinese brand Peak. Jason returns to Nike for his last two seasons.