Thursday, December 06, 2007
WGA and AMPTP Can Learn from Kidd and Nets
Jason Kidd will not have to cross a picket line because there isn't one according to the All-Star guard.
Kidd denies sitting out last night's game was a protest against his current team. Reports from the NY Post, among others, allege Kidd isn't happy in the Garden State and wishes to be traded from New Jersey to Cleveland to play alongside LeBron James. They were teammates this summer on Team USA.
Kidd called his team on Wednesday afternoon and informed them he wouldn't be playing that night against the New York Knicks. Jason blamed the late scratch on migraines. It appears Kidd is telling the truth and the Knicks are still giving people headaches.