Jason Kidd Net Worth: How Much He Earns in 2022?



Jason Kidd is an American Basketball coach who was born on March 23, 1973, in San Francisco, California. Kid is an all-time popular 10-time NBA All-Star, a five-time All-NBA First Team member, and a nine-time NBA All-Defensive Team member. He was also the champion in 2011 and has been inducted as a player into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. 

Kidd has been obsessed with basketball since his school days. He4 was the one who led them to the state championship. After the end of his high school life, Kid goes to Berkeley College in California. At that time, he was known for his game, and he chooses Berkeley College over the other elite and prestigious colleges.

Kidd is also a former player who is an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA. Kidd was a 10-time NBA All-Star, a five-time All-NBA First Team member, and a nine-time NBA All-Defensive Team member. He won an NBA championship in 2011.

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Net Worth

Jason Kidd has a net worth of around 75 Million dollars. He has earned all these through his coaching.  He is already working as a basketball coach for the NBA team.

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Here are some of the highlights from Jason Kidd’s life that you need to know:

  • 2× California Mr. Basketball (1991, 1992)
  • NBA Co-Rookie of the Year (1995)
  • 5× All-NBA First Team (1999–2002, 2004)
  • All-NBA Second Team (2003)
  • NBA champion (2011)

Favourite Quotes

  • I talked to Grant Hill, and I told him, ‘I played against you a lot, and now, hopefully, I’m getting to coach a player like you. Jabari has the opportunity to be a special player in this league. But it’s not handed to you. He’s going to work, and our jobs are to make him better each day.’
  • Apple has the radio stations, so I go R&B in the morning, and then I’ll go with some hip-hop before the game. But after the game, it’s more meditation music. It’s not artists; it’s more whatever is being played.
  • Hard work does pay, and you just have to continue to work, and you got two guys, when you’re talking about Gary and myself, we have a God-given talent, but we worked at it and we’re happy to be where we are today.
  • Oh, I think, watching Magic, him being one of my… I’m one of his biggest fans, and just trying to emulate what he did, going out on the playground, and also playing with older guys.
  • As a player, I always felt confident that if I was calm, my teammates knew, ‘He’s going to do something to help us win.’ As a coach, my hands are really tied. I got to believe in my players. If they see I’m calm, they’ll believe I trust them, which I do.
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