Former NBA All-Star; Head Coach: Milwaukee Bucks
Career Highlights: Head Coach Jason Kidd has led the Milwaukee Bucks to the NBA Playoffs in two of the past three years at the helm. Kidd became the first coach in more than 30 years to make an immediate transition from NBA player to head coach when he took over the Brooklyn Nets in June 2013. A 19-year NBA veteran, Kidd was a 10-time NBA All-Star, five-time All-NBA First Team member, and a nine-time NBA All-Defensive team member. Kidd played for four teams in his career from 1994 to 2013 (Dallas, Phoenix, New Jersey, New York). He won an NBA Championship in 2011 with the Mavericks, and was a two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner. Kidd captained the New Jersey Nets to two consecutive NBA Finals appearances in 2002 and 2003 and holds numerous Nets records including assists, steals, three-point field goals made and triple-doubles. Over his NBA playing career, Kidd posted averages of 12.6 points, 8.7 assists, 6.3 rebounds and 1.93 steals. A two-time winner of the NBA Joe Dumars Trophy for sportsmanship, other Kidd accolades include five-time All-Defensive Second Team, 1995 NBA Co-Rookie of the Year, and five-time NBA assists leader.