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Kidd a re- signed Maverick for cool 25 mill for 3 years guaranteed, sweet !!

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Jason Kidd has given the Dallas Mavericks a verbal commitment that he will re-sign with the team Wednesday.

Kidd, 36, will receive a 3-year, fully-guaranteed contract worth in excess of $25 million.

"We are excited to have Jason Kidd back in a Mavs' uniform," Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told The Dallas Morning News. "He was a major contributor for us last year, and we expect more of the same next year."

Kidd elected to stay in Dallas in the face of a hard push from the New York Knicks, who last week offered Kidd the most they could ($19 million over three years).

Signing Kidd for more than one season would have impacted the Knicks' efforts to amass substantial salary cap space for the summer of 2010, and they're expected to woo Cleveland's LeBron James and at least one other top free agent.

In that scenario, pressure on Knicks president Donnie Walsh to trade either Eddy Curry orJared Jeffries -- or both -- would have increased significantly, but sources say that Walsh and Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni felt that acquiring Kidd would have been worth such hassles because of their confidence in Kidd's ability to change the Knicks' culture.

Kidd's interest in returning to the Atlantic Division was mutual, but the Mavericks were always considered favorites to re-sign him because they could comfortably exceed the Knicks' max offer of three years at the projected mid-level exception of $5.8 million per year.

Although Kidd initially sent signals that he planned to take the full holiday weekend before making a decision, Dallas began inching closer to a deal on Friday when Kidd and Cuban met at Cuban's house.

Wednesday is the first day teams can formally sign free agents to new contracts after the NBA announces the salary cap and luxury tax figures for the 2009-10 season.

Marc Stein is a senior NBA writer for

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