The Brooklyn Nets have finally started to string together some wins. After losing six of seven to close out the month of December, the Nets have kicked off January by winning six of seven. While some might argue that the key to success has been the resurgence of Joe Johnson or the ability of players to step up in Deron Williams’ absence, we think Jason Kidd’s wardrobe selections are the answer.
Those of you who follow the Nets may have noticed that Kidd has not been wearing a tie lately. After Brooklyn’s win over the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday, Sekou Smith of NBA.com pointed out that the Nets are 6-1 since Kidd stopped wearing a tie during games. This look obviously wasn’t working for the team:
Expect to see more of Kidd’s tight undershirts as the season progresses. There’s no sense going back to the old style.
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