Moving Pictures: Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

Posted by Rob Mahoney on January 22, 2010 under Video | 10 Comments to Read

Jason Kidd’s style of play does not border on the impossible. He doesn’t seek to make tough shots or difficult passes. Rather, Kidd has founded his Hall of Fame career on the prospect that simple is better. In this installment of Moving Pictures, we take a look at the passing skills and philosophy of Jason Kidd and perhaps just as importantly, what it means for the Mavs’ offense going forward.

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  • BunG

    great piece!

  • http://www.asternwarning.com mookie

    Sign of a good point guard: can get Erick Dampier off the ground.

    Another great video, Rob.

  • DOH

    Forward the link to JJ and Rodrigue. ;)

  • http://theyremammals.blogspot.com guynes

    Watching Kidd this season has been a real treat. He’s improved over the last season-and-a-half as he’s become more comfortable with the offense. I’m glad Cuban gave him an extension and it seems to be well worth the money, even though he’s paying quite a lot.

    And this coming from someone who was livid when the Kidd-Harris trade happened…

  • Kevin

    Great video
    I usually don’t comment, but I just wanted to tell you that I love your moving picture series. I think you’re doing a great job and keep it up!

  • Kirk Henderson

    The “Moving Picture” series, and the Truehoop network as a whole really, is really helping to create a smarter basketball fan. I’ve played all my life, but there is nothing like a well broken down film session to educate the nuances of a beautiful game. Keep these up, please.

  • Tony

    Awesome video, as always. Keep up the great work!

  • http://twitter.com/PitchBlackMind Brian D

    Fantastic work.

  • dgatorr

    Awesome video Rob, very well done ! Not only is Kidd an NBA icon at the point guard position, but he has been great to watch play this year ! Please continue with the great reporting of the Mavs……….GO MAVS !