The Greatest All-Around Players In NBA History
8 – Jason Kidd
One of the best point guards in NBA history, Jason Kidd had the unique ability to dominate a game, quietly, by impacting every area possible despite not scoring in bunches. Some call Kidd’s triple doubles as “cheap” ones but the guy has 107 in total for his career which is good for third all-time behind Magic and The Big O; nothing cheap in that. His best season may have been in 2002-2003 where he was a very strong candidate for Most Valuable Player, which some felt he deserved, after averaging 18.7 points, 6.3 rebounds, 8.9 assists, and 2.2 steals while leading an unheralded New Jersey Nets squad to a 49-33 record and an NBA Finals appearance. His all around brilliance even extends to outside of the statsheet as Kidd is an absolute extension of the coach on the floor.
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