Jason Kidd is in negotiations to become the next coach of the Brooklyn Nets, a source familiar with the talks told The Philadelphia Inquirer. But league sources tell ESPN that the team will interview Brian Shaw on Wednesday as scheduled.
ESPN could not confirm or refute the Inquirer report regarding negotiations.
Kidd met with Nets general manager Billy King on Monday and sources said that he was impressive.
Kidd and the Nets are discussing a three-year contract and an announcement could come later this week, the Inquirer reported. It would be Kidd’s first head-coaching job at any level after deciding to retire from the game after this past season.
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