Jason Kidd: 'I Am A Terrible Basketball Coach'

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By Juan McRobotface

PHILADELPHIA—After his team failed to win a basketball game in the first round of the 2006-07 NBA season, Philadelphia 76ers head coach Jason Kidd announced Monday that he was a terrible basketball coach. "I'm a terrible player," Kidd said. "I'm a terrible coach, and a terrible person. I'm a terrible coach, and a terrible person. I'm a terrible coach, and a terrible person. I'm a terrible coach, and a terrible person. I am a terrible person. I am a terrible coach, and a terrible basketball coach. I am a terrible person. I am a terrible basketball coach, and a terrible person. I am a terrible person." Kidd then hung up the phone and muttered, "I wish I could say I was a terrible basketball coach," before walking off the team.

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