Report: Jason Kidd Back To Dallas | Sharapova's Thigh

WFAN Radio in New York reports Jason Kidd has been traded to the Dallas Mavericks, where he started his career...
Devin Harris, Jerry Stackhouse, DeSagana Diop, Devean George, and Maurice Ager are the players expected to be heading to New Jersey. Malik Allen is apparently going to the Mavericks along with Kidd.
ESPN has this to report as well...
Sources say Dallas will also add the league-maximum $3 million in cash and send its first-round draft pick this June as well as a first-rounder in 2010.
The Nets are expected to buy out Stackhouse's contract immediately, which could enable him to re-sign with Dallas if he waits 30 days, and ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard reports that the Nets and the Mavs are likewise poised to complete a separate trade that will send swingman Antoine Wright to Dallas for a future
second-round pick.

Chris Broussard also had this to report:
I also like Vince Carter, but with J-Kidd gone, his days are probably numbered too. The Nets are willing to send Vince to Indiana for Jermaine O'Neal if O'Neal receives a clean bill of health within the next week. If he does, I've been told by league sources that there's a 70 percent chance of this trade going down.

With the New Jersey Nets poised to complete a blockbuster deal to send Jason Kidd back to Dallas on Wednesday night, Mavericks reserve forward Devean George has unexpectedly exercised his right to block the trade, according to NBA front-office sources. Sources close to the situation told that the teams verbally agreed to the deal earlier Wednesday and were preparing to submit the trade for league approval when George informed the Mavericks that he wouldn't consent to being included in the deal, which is his right based on a rare provision in his one-year contract.