Last Saturday night, reports started to emerge indicating that Jason Kidd was interested in becoming the next head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks. There were two problems with that, though: One, Kidd was still under contract with the Brooklyn Nets. And two, Larry Drew was actually the head coach of the Bucks. But by Monday, neither of those things mattered. Kidd was traded to the Bucks for two second-round picks, the Bucks agreed to make him their head coach, and Drew was stuck being the odd man out and was fired. It was a bizarre set of circumstances.