Jason Kidd wants to play three more years

Jason Kidd has some time to enjoy himself after a long playoff run that resulted in the Dallas Mavericks' first NBA title. What better way than joining the likes of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and former Stars Mike Modano and Brett Hull?

When asked of his future plans Saturday during an on-course interview with Jimmy Roberts during the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship at Lake Tahoe, Kidd had this to say:

“Hopefully I got three years left. I have a year on my deal and then I would like to get past 40 and then watch the young guys play.”

The 17-year NBA veteran was also asked if he thought he’d never win a championship.

“There was a point that I didn’t think it was going to happen, especially after Game 4 in Portland when we gave up the 20-point loss, but we stuck in there and we finally found a way to get it done.”