What is Jason Kidd’s coaching record in the NBA? The current Los Angeles Lakers assistant is a possible candidate to replace Brad Stevens in Boston or Terry Stotts in Portland.
According to The Athletic‘s Shams Charania and Sam Amick, the Portland Trail Blazers are “increasingly expected” to part ways with coach Terry Stotts this offseason.
Charania reported that “barring a miracle playoff run,” Stotts will be removed as head coach.
Stotts has recorded nearly 400 wins with the Blazers since joining in the 2012-2013 season, and made the Western Conference Finals in ’18-19.
Furthermore, it was reported on 2 June that Brad Stevens could be leaving Boston.
Los Angeles Lakers assistant Jason Kidd has been linked to both jobs.
Here’s Jason Kidd’s record as a head coach.
Jason Kidd as a head coach
Jason Kidd is a 10-time NBA All-Star, five-time All-NBA First Team member and 2011 champion with the Dallas Mavericks.
The two-time Olympic gold medal winner began his coaching career in 2013, taking charge of the Brooklyn Nets.
Kidd took the Nets to the 2014 NBA playoffs, however, they eventually lost 4-1 to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
On 1 July 2014, Kidd moved to the Milwaukee Bucks.
He was fired by the organisation midway through the 2017–18 season with a 23–22 record.
Jason Kidd’s head coaching record
For the Nets and Bucks, Jason Kidd compiled a record of 183 wins and 190 losses as a head coach. His combined career win percentage as a head coach in the regular season is .491.
With Brooklyn, Kidd has a regular season win percentage of .537 (44 wins, 38 losses).
His playoff win percentage with the club is .417 (5 wins, 7 losses).
Over four seasons with the Bucks, Kidd has an average regular season win record of .481 (139 wins, 152 losses).
On the two occasions he made the playoffs with Milwaukee, he has a .333 win percentage.
They lost both first round series in the playoffs 4-2.
Other possible replacements for Terry Stotts in Portland and Brad Stevens in Boston
If the team fires Stotts, it is reportedly looking to hire a big-name, high-dollar coach.
Other coaches linked to Portland include Hawks interim coach Nate McMillan, 76ers assistant Dave Joerger and Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups.
As well as Jason Kidd, former Atlanta Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce is another name mentioned as Brad Stevens’ replacement for the Boston Celtics.