The 2003 New Jersey Nets were one of the more doomed NBA Finalists in recent memory. A decade later, they look like one of the more interesting teams of their era. How did such a boring team get so retroactively fascinating?
Jason Kidd plays his position with a combination generosity, guile and grace that few have ever managed. Somehow all of that seems to elude him off the court. It's all part of the deal.