If the Los Angeles Lakers sell the chair as head coach, Jason Kidd will definitely consider it.

The legend of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame came on TV to address questions about her future

Most importantly, Jason Kidd’s feeling that he will be able to become the manager of the Los Angeles Lakers in the future.

Jason Kidd was also asked if he was willing to tutor LeBron James, who is known to have had difficulties with some management and for at least two more years to have had an arrangement with Los Angeles Lakers.

For the time being, Luke Walton is now the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. But ESPN journalist Adrian Wojnarowski has revealed that Jason Kidd is one of the strong contenders” for the potential captain of Los Angeles Lakers. In addition, Tyronn Lue (former boss of Cleveland Cavaliers) and Mike Krzyzewski (head coach of Duke University and former coach of the United States) are both bright prospects threatened by the Los Angeles Lakers.

Most notably, Jason Kidd said he’d be “be patient and wait for the season to end to see what opportunities come.” This is particularly unfortunate news for the California Golden Bears-their organization is searching for a new captain after firing coach Wyking Jones.

John Canzano of The Oregonian has also revealed that Jason Kidd is in the sights of the California Golden Bears-a football team at the University of California. Jason Kidd played with the California Golden Bears 2 NCAA Division 1 season before becoming an NBA player in 1994.

Jason Kidd finished his career with an average of 12.6 points, 6.3 rebounds and 8.7 assists after 1391 matches. In comparison, Jason Kidd is the second most assistive player in NBA history with 12,091 passes behind John Stockton-the leader with 15,806 passes.