One of the major coaching changes in the offseason happened when Jason Kidd went from being the head coach at the Brooklyn Nets and moving to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Recently, Chris Gardener of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel wrote a piece about Kidd’s summer in Milwaukee and one of the interesting portions of the article was story about Kidd’s neighbors:
The couple has sampled several Milwaukee restaurants already, including Screaming Tuna in Walker’s Point and Carnevor in the downtown area.
And they have received a sampling of Midwestern hospitality that stunned Porschla.
“My neighbors baked us brownies,” she said. “That’s the first time that’s ever happened to me.
“They brought them over and said, ‘Welcome to the neighborhood and welcome to Milwaukee.’ It was really nice. Who does that, right?
“It was really nice and made us feel at home.”
That’s a pretty nice gesture, folks!
Jason Kidd’s neighbors made him brownies [Dime Magazine]
Kidd image courtesy of Getty Images