Jason Kidd Hires Diehard NBA 2K Player As Assisstant Coach

14 Jun




Despite having only been retired for a little under a month and having no coaching experience, Jason Kidd was announced as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. Kidd has already been busy trying to fill out his coaching staff, hiring Quentin Biggs, a 22 year old diehard fan of the NBA 2K video game series, as his first assistant coach. “His resumé speaks for itself,” Kidd told reporters at a press conference, “He’s bought the yearly entry in the NBA 2K series for six consecutive years, and he’s played on Hall of Fame mode, the hardest difficulty, for four of those years. He’s won 10 combined Finals in Franchise mode and he once discovered how to get the Big Head cheat activated without even having to read a strategy guide. It’s this kind of basketball prowess that I am going to love having on my coaching staff.” Kidd also says that he is interested in hiring his neighbor down the street who he saw “put up a basketball hoop for his kids, once.”



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Posted by on June 14, 2013 in Uncategorized


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