Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 18 – Reflecting on the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class

In this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar, Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen reflect on the accomplishments of the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductees. Jason Kidd, Steve Nash, and Ray Allen are just a few of the deserving individuals that were enshrined and received recognition. The story of the NBA during the

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Jason Kidd

Jason Kidd is a “teacher of the game,” says Jason Terry

Jason Terry not only has the distinction of being teammates with Jason Kidd, he also was coached by the Hall of Famer as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets “The thing about Jason, he is a teacher of the game,” Terry told Dallas reporter, Landon Buford. “He allowed me to be in

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Jason Kidd

Damian Lillard on Kidd: “I’m proud to come from the same place as him”

Jason Kidd was enshrined into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday. In 1,391 career games, Kidd averaged 12.6 points, 6.3 rebounds and 8.7 assists per game. He was a 10-time All-Star, the 1994-95 Co-Rookie of the Year with Grant Hill, made the All-Defensive team nine times and was part of the Dallas Mavericks

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Jason Kidd is a “generational player,” says Richard Jefferson

The name Richard Jefferson and Jason Kidd are about as synonymous as peanut butter and jelly; they just go together. Kidd threw the alley and RJ got the oop during the then-New Jersey Nets’ magical back-to-back Eastern Conference Championship years in 2002 and 2003. The Nets ran a Pete Carril-inspired Princeton motion offense and were

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Mark Cuban: “Trading for Jason Kidd was one of the best decisions I ever made.”

Mark Cuban loves everything about business. Recently, the Dallas Mavericks owner admitted that one of the best decisions he ever made was brining Jason Kidd back to Dallas. “Kidd made us a better team by being able to include everyone,” Mark Cuban told Landon Buford. Kidd was at the helm at the point guard position

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Jason Kidd & Ben Simmons’ jumper struggles are similar says J-Kidd’s son, T.J.

Before Riley Curry was a thing, there was T.J. Kidd! Son of NBA Hall of Famer, Jason Kidd, T.J. sat courtside with his mother, Joumana at Nets home games at Continental Airlines Arena. Forget Sly Fox, the Nets’ mascot back then, T.J. WAS the Nets’ mascot during the J-Kidd era. Now all grown up and

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Byron Scott ready to squash Nets beef with Jason Kidd

Byron Scott checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen!  Jason Kidd will be inducted into the 2018 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, tonight in Springfield, Massachussetts. A ten-time NBA All Star and triple double assassin, Kidd won an NBA championship toward the end of his

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BIG3

10 Players Perfect for the BIG3 in 2019

After dominating during the regular season, Power delivered when it mattered the most in a 51-43 victory over 3s company in the BIG3 championship at the Barclays Center last weekend. Cuttino Mobley wins it for Power! Your 2018 @thebig3 champs are crowned! #BIG3Brooklyn Via @clippittv pic.twitter.com/Eo1y0OKZXo — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) August 25, 2018 The BIG3

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Kobe & Shaq’s Lakers were a “wake-up call” for Nets in 2002 NBA Finals, says Kenyon Martin

The New Jersey Nets were an ultra talented team from 2001-2003. Led by all star point guard Jason Kidd, they had high fliers in Kenyon Martin and Richard Jefferson and were rounded out with the supporting cast of Kerry Kittles and Keith Van Horn. In 2002, that Nets team faced the Kobe Bryant and Shaquille

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Brendan Haywood says ‘Us Against The World’ mentality pushed Dallas Mavs to beat LeBron & Big 3-era Miami Heat in ‘11 NBA Finals

The 2011 NBA Finals matchup between the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks is known as a major defeat in LeBron James’ career. Simply put: James underperformed in four consecutive fourth quarters vs the Mavs. As a result, the Mavs defeated a heavily favored Miami Heat team that featured Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James

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