Kidd looking for first title at age 38

After all the assists, steals, 3-pointers and triple-doubles, Jason Kidd has an easier path to his next entry in the NBA record book.
All he has to do is show up.
When the Dallas Mavericks face the Miami Heat on Tuesday night,
Kidd will become the oldest guard to start a game in an NBA finals.
While Dirk Nowitzki calls him a "fossil," and Shawn Marion
described him as being "almost 50," Kidd is a few months past 38.
That's two years older than Ron Harper was when he started for the
Lakers in 2000.
Of course, Kidd would prefer the title of oldest starting guard
to win a championship. That also was set by Harper in 2000.

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