The common denominator in the Nets success the past five years is No. 5. Through it all, the team's triumphs and difficulties, Jason Kidd has been the man. But it's not the same Kidd who raced hellbent down the court as he did in his first three seasons in New Jersey. And it's not because he can't do it, writes Dave D'Alessandro in the Sporting News. It's because he has adjusted to the Nets new personnel and proved once again, he makes everyone better.
- Kidd thriving in new role with Nets - Dave D'Alessandro - The Sporting News