Jason Kidd wrote a letter to the Bucks fan base explaining why he made the move to Milwaukee.
During Jason Kidd's official introductory press conference, he denied that his move to Milwaukee was about power.
The Milwaukee Bucks officially named Jason Kidd as their head coach on Tuesday.
Jason Kidd and the Bucks are working out a three year contract estimated to be in the $12-$15 million range.
Jason Kidd is asking for permission from the Nets organization to bring over Nets assistant coach Eric Hughes with him to Milwaukee, according to a source of Yahoo! Sports.
The Bucks are sending two second-round picks to the Nets to secure the coaching rights on Jason Kidd.
The Bucks and Nets are still haggling over compensation for Jason Kidd as of Monday morning.
The Nets might agree "within 24 hours" to let head coach Jason Kidd join the Bucks in exchange for one or two future second-round picks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
The Bucks want to give the Nets a second-round pick for the right to hire Jason Kidd as coach, but the Nets are insisting on getting a first-round pick.
The Bucks are only considering Jason Kidd for their head coach position, not team president, according to Eric Buenning of BrewHoop.com.
With Jason Kidd's tenure in Brooklyn reportedly nearing an end, Lionel Hollins, George Karl and Mark Jackson have emerged as leading candidates to take over as the Nets' head coach.
Jason Kidd reportedly advocated to Brooklyn management a trade sending Brook Lopez, and Mirza Teletovic to Milwaukee for Larry Sanders and Ersan Ilyasova at the trade deadline last season.
The Nets’ organization is reportedly "done with" Jason Kidd, and they are discussing compensation with the Bucks to hire him away.
ESPN's Marc Stein is reporting that the Bucks and Nets have already begun discussing potential compensation to free Kidd from last three years of his contract with the Nets.