Two years after he was fired, Byron Scott finally let loose on his feelings toward what he saw as a "mutiny" by his players, led by Captain [Jason] Kidd. A day after Scott told the Daily Oklahoman what he thought, Kidd responded. It's all about the wins and losses, said the man believed primarily responsible for Scott's firing. In a column in the Star-Ledger, Dave D'Alessandro says it was more about the lack of preperation. Scott says that he wouldn't have stayed around much longer anyway.
- NETS: Kidd defends firing of Scott - Colin Stephenson - Star-Ledger
- Grudge or no grudge from Byron? - Jon Lane - YES Network
- New Jersey's revolt can't topple Byron's resolve - Lisa Olson - New York Daily News
- Byron Felt 'Betrayed' By Nets - Brian Lewis - New York Post
- Deadline for trade is extended - Benjamin Hochman - New Orleans Times-Picayune
- Nets notes: Byron Claims Mutiny - Al Iannazzone - The Record
- Scott plays 'D': He had a plan to exit anyway - Dave D'Alessandro - Star-Ledger