Stefan Bondy reports that Kidd stepped on the court and went head-to-head with Williams in hopes of trying to get the competitive juices flowing in D-Will.
Kidd will need to try to light a fire under Williams for the stretch drive, because it's evident that the Nets have been held back by Williams' inconsistent play. Career lows in points and assists per game are just unacceptable, and I'm glad Kidd went the extra mile in trying to make a statement. It's an advantage that I think the Nets have in employing a coach less than a year removed from his final NBA game. He can go out and show what he wants done, and in this instance -- with his relationship with Deron and the competition that must exist on some level between the two -- it might be the jump start that D-Will needs.
Read more: NY Daily News (Bondy)