Milwaukee Bucks' head coach Jason Kidd sits on the bench next to assistant coach Joe Prunty against the Los Angeles Clippers during the second half of an NBA basketball game Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)
According to a report, it looks like there is not as much unanimous support for the Milwaukee Bucks' head coach and his personnel moves among ownership.
Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski says that there is "division within Milwaukee's ownership group on Kidd" after a failed trade attempt.
He had reportedly worked to put together a "huge" trade with New Orleans that did not come to fruition.
Wojnarowski says Kidd was the impetus behind the trade that sent Brandon Knight from the Bucks, and Michael Carter-Williams to Milwaukee.
The Bucks were 30-23 with Knight on the roster in 2014-15. With Carter-Williams on the roster, the Bucks are 35-51.
As Wojnarowski puts it, it is now "a crucial time for the Bucks" when it comes to on the court issues and Kidd's status.