Jason Kidd

PSR 15 Mar,2017

Facts of Jason Kidd

Full Name
Jason Frederick
Last Name
Birth Name
Jason Frederick Kidd
First Name
Famous Name
Jason Kidd
Joumana Kidd (Div.2007)
Married to
Porschla Coleman (m. 2011), Joumana Kidd (m. 1997)
Currently Married
Relationship Status
Steve Kidd
Anne Kidd
Jazelle Kidd, Miah Kidd, Trey Jason Kidd


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$90 million
Currently Club
Career Earnings


Joumana Kidd (Div.2007)
Married to
Porschla Coleman (m. 2011), Joumana Kidd (m. 1997)
Currently Married
Relationship Status

Jason Frederick Kidd better known as Jason Kidd is an American basketball coach and retired basketball point guard who played in the NBA. He is a ten-time NBA All-Star, a five-time All-NBA First Team member, with a nine-time NBA All-Defensive Team member. Most recently he was the head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA.

He married twice in his life. Together with his first ex-wife, Joumana Kidd, he shared three children. Since 2011, he is married to Porschla Coleman, and has two children together. Jason Frederick has an estimated net worth of more than $90 million

Jason Kidd Net Worth: Kidd's Career Earnings, Contract, Net Worth, and Salary

Jason Kidd, the former NBA player, and current coach, has had a successful career both on and off the court. With an estimated net worth of $90 million, most of which he earned through his basketball career, Kidd is considered one of the wealthiest basketball players of all time.

JasonJason Kidd has an estimated net worth of $90 Million.  SOURCE: Instagram- @coachjasonkidd

During his 19-year NBA career, Kidd made a whopping $182,027,968, ranking him among the highest-earning basketball players in history. As a coach, he has also earned a considerable amount, with an annual salary of up to $6 million.

Kidd has also made money through real estate investments. He purchased a Fox Point mansion in 2014 for $2.39 million, which he sold in 2018 for $2.65 million. Additionally, in September 2018, he sold his Manhattan condo for a stunning $4.75 million. In 2015, he listed his Water Mill house for $7.1 million, showcasing his taste for luxurious properties.

Aside from his career in basketball and real estate investments, Kidd has also made money through endorsements. He has endorsed major brands like Nike, Spalding, and PepsiCo. His most notable endorsement deal was with Nike, which reportedly paid him $20 million over five years.

In conclusion, Jason Kidd's net worth, combined with his wise investments and endorsement deals, has made him one of the wealthiest basketball players in history. His successful career both on and off the court has secured his place as a legend in the world of basketball.

Jason Kidd Wife, Porschla Coleman: Kidd's Children And Family Life

Jason Kidd was married to Joumana Kidd, an actress, and journalist, in 1997. They had three children together: Trey Jason (T.J.), born in 1998, and twins Miah and Jazelle, born in 2001. The couple's marriage was plagued with issues, and Kidd was arrested and pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge for assaulting his wife in 2001. He was ordered to attend anger management classes, which he completed and continued to attend voluntarily.

JasonJason Kidd with the Late, Kobe Bryant.  SOURCE: Instagram- @coachjasonkidd

Despite their troubles, Kidd and Joumana remained married and were even thought to have reconciled after the incident. However, in January 2007, Kidd filed for divorce from Joumana, citing "extreme cruelty" during their marriage. Their divorce was finalized in 2008, and Kidd was awarded joint custody of their children.

In 2011, Kidd married his girlfriend, Porschla Coleman, a former model. The couple has two children together: a son named Chance, born in 2010, and a daughter named Noah Grace, born in 2012. Kidd has been open about the positive impact that his second marriage has had on his life and career, stating that Coleman has helped him become a better person and father.

While Kidd's personal life has been tumultuous at times, his professional career has been highly successful. He earned a total of $182,027,968 throughout his 19 seasons as an NBA player, making him one of the highest-paid players in league history. As a coach, he made up to $6 million as his salary. He has also earned additional income from endorsement deals with companies such as Nike and Adidas. In 2018, he sold his Fox Point mansion for $2.65 million and his Manhattan condo for $4.75 million. Despite the ups and downs in his personal life, Kidd's career has made him a wealthy and successful athlete.

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Jason Kidd Early Life and Education

Jason was born on March 23, 1973, in San Francisco, California, United States. He is American by his nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. His zodiac sign is Aries. Jason was born to an economically sound family: African-American father Steve Kidd and Irish- American mother Anne Kidd. He has two sisters named Kim Kidd and Denise Kidd.

He attended the St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, where he was a leading player in his team. During that period, he received the Naismith Award as the nation’s top high school player, including a host of individual honors.

He was also named the High School Player of the Year by both USA and Parade in his senior year. Numerous numbers of people liked his gameplay. Correspondingly, on January 31, 2012, for his amazing skills, McDonald’s All-Americans honored him as one of the 35 greatest basketball players.

After completing their education at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School, Jason joined to University of California, Berkeley. There he played for the Golden Bears team. Throughout his first season with the university, he earned National Freshman of the Year honors and a spot on the All-Pac-10 team.

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Jason Kidd Career Professional Life: And His Journey As a Coach

In the 1994 NBA draft, Kidd was picked 2nd overall in the 1st round by the Dallas Mavericks.  He made his professional career debut with Dallas Mavericks after playing two years at Berkeley. In that respect, he shared Rookie of the Year honors with Grant Hill of the Detroit Pistons in his first season.

Afterward, he was traded to the Phoenix Suns where he was injured in his first game and had to miss more than 20 games. After his recovery, he led his team to the NBA Playoffs for five seasons and was selected for the NBA All-Star team several times.

Jason also made his career debut with the United States National Team in 2000. At that point, he played along with famous All-Star players Gary Payton and Allan Houston. The team won straight eight games and won the top honor for their country. The same year, he was traded to the New Jersey Nets where the team bid for the 2002 NBA Championship, but lost it in the finals to the Los Angeles Lakers.

Later, in 2004 Jason played with the U.S. Olympic basketball team at the Summer Games in Beijing where a team loses and stand the third position winning the bronze medal. However, in 2008, he made his team to the finals and won a gold medal for the home country.

Similarly, he returned to the Dallas Mavericks and won the NBA championship defeating Miami Heat in the Finals. It was the Maverick's first Championship Victory. In 2012, Jason joined the New York Knicks with a contract of 3 years under $9.5 million. Nevertheless, he played for only one year and announced his retirement. In 2014, he became the coach of the Milwaukee Bucks before serving as a head coach for Brooklyn Nets. Since then, he has been working for Team Milwaukee.

Jason Kidd currently serves as the head coach for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA. He was appointed as the Mavericks' 10th head coach in June 2021. Kidd is widely recognized as one of the best point guards and passers in basketball history. He was selected as an NBA All-Star 10 times, earned five All-NBA First Team honors, and finished his career with impressive stats, ranking third in career triple-doubles and second in both assists and steals. Kidd began his coaching career in 2013 with the Brooklyn Nets and later coached the Milwaukee Bucks from 2014 to 2018. He is also the first coach to lead two franchises to the playoffs in his first two years as a head coach in NBA history.


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