Byron Scott remembers quite well, thank you very much, how Jason Kidd led a mutiny against him in 2004. Although he says he can forgive, he can't and won't forget. Adrian Wojnarowski, who watched it all as a Record reporter, describes how Kidd sabotaged his then-boss: "Kidd had barked to ownership to get rid of Scott, challenged him in the locker room and, at times, stopped running his play calls." Bottom line, says Bill Rhoden of the Times, Scott looks better while Kidd and the Nets look worse.
- Scott has found happiness after breakup with Kidd - Adrian Wojnarowski - Yahoo! Sports
- Scott Provides the Hammer, as the Hornets Build a Legacy - William C. Rhoden - New York Times
- Forced to walk the plank by Nets, Scott has turned Hornets ship around - Mike Freeman - CBS Sportsline