Jason Kidd celebrated his new coaching job with the Brooklyn Nets with a filling dinner at Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn on Thursday night. The near 20-year NBA veteran, who announced his retirement from playing for the Knicks on June 3 and nabbed the Nets head coaching job just 10 days later, celebrated with Nets star point guard Deron Williams, general manager Billy King and nearly 30 close friends and team executives. Williams told reporters of his support of Kidd’s hiring, “I think it’s somebody we’re definitely going to respect and listen to. And I’m excited about the ways he’s going to help me as a player and a leader.”