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With his retirement announcement, Jason Kidd joins the short of list of NBA players who have retired after playing at least 19 seasons. Among these 11 players, he ranks 7th in career Player Efficiency Rating (PER) average. Perhaps what’s most impressive about Kidd’s career is his consistency. From his 2nd season to his 16th, Kidd managed to keep his PER between 16.4 and 22.5, and with 15.0 denoting a league average player, sustaining above average production for that long is remarkable. Click on another player in the 19+ Seasons Club to see how they managed to survive the rigors of a 19+ year career.