New York Knicks point guard not ready to commit next season.
Jason Kidd turns 40 years-old on Saturday, but the 18-year NBA veteran and future Hall of Famer is still playing a role for the New York Knicks.
Primarily coming off the bench but still playing 27 minutes per game posting up an average 6.6 points, Kidd has been impressive for the Knicks this season.
Aside from a slump in form earlier this month, his savvy play on the court to open up space for his team-mates and find space for the open three, Kidd appears to be able to play another season.
However, according to the New York Daily News, he isn’t ready to commit beyond this season despite signing a three-year deal with the Knicks last summer.
In a career which has seen him win an NBA championship, earn 10 All Star appearances, Kidd has 12,051 assists, 17,471 points, 8,655 rebounds and 107 triple-doubles.
With nothing left to prove in the game, Kidd still has great value on the court. Whether he wishes to extend his career next season remains to be seen.
Take a look back at highlights from his rookie year in the video below: