Greatest Home Returns In NBA History
6 – Jason Kidd, Dallas Mavericks (1994-1996, 2007-2012)
Jason Kidd’s two tenures as a member of the Dallas Mavericks both had their own interesting distinctions. His first year saw him win co-Rookie of the Year with Grant Hill while his second stint in the Big D proved more fruitful as he was one of Dallas’ most important players in their first ever championship season. Kidd has always shown to everyone his all around skills, uncanny court vision, and basketball IQ be it in Dallas, Phoenix, New Jersey, or New York. Kidd’s exit and come back in Dallas were curiously as part of big multiplayer trades. In 1996, the Mavericks made him the centerpiece of a 7-player deal which sent him to Phoenix. While in 2008, the Mavericks welcomed Kidd back into their fold via a massive 10-player deal which revolved around himself and Devin Harris.
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