NEW YORK (WFAN) — The Brooklyn Nets and Dallas Mavericks are the two finalists in the ‘Deron Williams sweepstakes.’ Whoever is able to sign Williams may also land Jason Kidd in a package deal.
Williams and Kidd have expressed a desire to play together in 2012-13 and posted a message on Twitter hinting that they may be teaming up with the Nets.READ MORE: Broadway League Says Vaccine Mandate For Children Under 12 Will Take Effect Dec. 14
Dallas and Brooklyn are the only two franchises that Williams has considered. Williams is a Dallas-area native, but the Mavericks can only offer him a maximum four-year deal.READ MORE: Better.com CEO Vishal Garg Apologizes For Zoom Firing: 'I Blundered The Execution'
The Nets are able to offer Williams a five-year contract, while all other suitors are limited to four-year deals.
Kidd previously played 7 seasons with the Nets before he was traded to the Mavericks in February 2008. The enthusiasm of playing in the brand-new Barclays Center might swing the Nets ahead of the Mavericks in the running for Williams and Kidd.
Both star point guards might be calling the Barclays Center their new home when the 2012-13 NBA season tips off.MORE NEWS: Innovative Gift Card Program With Cash Bonus Aims to Assist Newark Businesses
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