Odds & Ends: Kings, Rockets, Spurs, Kidd

As former NBA guard and current national TV analyst Steve Kerr takes in March Madness, he can't help but think that there could be a future for him on the sidelines in the NCAA. "Sure, I'd consider (college) coaching," Kerr told Michael Heistand of USA Today Sports. "The college game is something I've loved and always been intrigued by, going back to when my dad was teaching at UCLA and I was a ball boy there."  Here's more from around the Association..

  • Immediately after the trade deadline, the big winners were thought to be the Rockets for acquiring Thomas Robinson and the Bucks for landing J.J. Redick.  However, with the benefit of hindsight, the Kings may actually prove to be the biggest winners of all, writes HoopsWorld's Bill Ingram.
  • John Schumann of NBA.com crunched the numbers on the Spurs this season and juxtaposed them with the great San Antonio teams of years past.  The conclusion: the Spurs, despite having more personnel stability than most over a long stretch, are a much different team than they have been.  Despite their past success, this team could be better suited to win a title than any other iteration.
  • Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni gave high praise to Jason Kidd on the eve of his 40th birthday, writes Jared Zwerling of ESPNNewYork.com.  Several people close to the future Hall of Famer expect that he will call it a career after this season.

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