Grading Jason Kidd's Season for the Brooklyn Nets so Far

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Grading Jason Kidd's Season for the Brooklyn Nets so Far
Charles Krupa/Associated Press

Jason Kidd's first season as head coach of the Brooklyn Nets has been sort of like a freshman's first semester on campus. After a lot of excitement about the new opportunity, Kidd, like many college first-years, found himself a bit overwhelmed by the responsibilities.

The results were inadequate. Kidd flunked the first two months of the season, as the Nets began 10-21. His job security was being questioned before he'd even gotten a chance to get comfortable roaming the sideline.

But Kidd, as would any capable student, made some adjustments and Brooklyn has since climbed back above .500 and into contention for the East's third seed in the playoffs. 

Following are four evaluations of Kidd's performance so far—motivation, player development, rotations and game management—which conclude with an overall grade.

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