Agent: Winning isn't important to them
Technically, that's not true. The team received three future first-round picks. But for a proud playoff contender, losing your starting power forward and second-best player without getting equal value back is as close to "nothing" as you're going to get.
As you can imagine, Jason Kidd's reaction to the whole affair wasn't exactly positive.
"He is processing it," agent Jeff Schwartz told the Newark Star-Ledger. "I told him before he has a (public) reaction he should think about it for a while. But his initial reaction was pretty easy to figure out ... The Nets obviously have decided winning a championship isn't very important to them right now."
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