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Jason Kidd Foundation

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Jason Kidd Foundation

734 Franklin Avenue

Nutley, New Jersey,07110

United States

Company Description

The Jason Kidd Foundation is dedicated to improving the welfare of youth in the community and ensuring that young people have the tools they need to succeed in life. The Foundation is focused on education, mentoring and advocating young people to "do something... more

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The Official Web Site of Jason Kidd | Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks . www.jasonkidd.com Biography - The Official Web Site of Jason Kidd | Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks . www.jasonkidd.com

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Jason thanks shooting coach Bob Thate for helping him a new facet to extend his career.
"I think he plays a big reason why I'm still playing," he told NBA.com.


The Official Web Site of Jason Kidd | Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks . www.jasonkidd.com Biography - The Official Web Site of Jason Kidd | Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks . www.jasonkidd.com

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Jason thanks shooting coach Bob Thate for helping him a new facet to extend his career.
"I think he plays a big reason why I'm still playing," he told NBA.com.


Jason Kidd | A Sharpshooter's Precision | The Official Website www.JasonKidd.com

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J-Kidd credits shooting coach Bob Thate for his picture-perfect shot.


Jason Kidd | Jason Kidd: A Biography | The Official Website www.JasonKidd.com

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Through work with shooting coach Bob Thate, Jason added an effective three-point shot to his arsenal.
Jason thanks shooting coach Bob Thate for helping him a new facet to extend his career. "I think he plays a big reason why I'm still playing," he told NBA.com.


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Grizzlies add Bob Bender, Bob Thate to coaching staff
Grizzlies add Bob Bender, Bob Thate to coaching staff Grizzlies add Bob Bender, Bob Thate to coaching staff The Grizzlies have hired Bob Bender as an assistant coach and Bob Thate as shooting coach on head coach David Fizdale's staff. Thate joins the Grizzlies after serving in the same capacity for four years (2012-16) with the Los Angeles Clippers and three years with the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn), tutoring superstars such as Blake Griffin and Jason Kidd. Griffin shot 52.1 percent from the foul line during the 2011-12 season but saw his free throw percentage rise to 72.8 percent and 72.7 percent over the last two seasons, respectively, under Thate. Kidd shot 37.0 percent from three-point range over the final eight years of his NBA career after first working with Thate in 2005 (32.9 percent in his first 11 seasons). A graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles, Thate earned All-America recognition after setting the school's single-season records for scoring average (27.2 points) and points scored (598) in the 1969-70 season. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1970 NBA Draft but instead embarked on a four-year professional career in France and a combined 23 years of coaching at the Division I college and high school levels, including stints at Pepperdine University, Loyola Marymount University, the University of California-Irvine and Long Beach State (now California State University, Long Beach).


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