NBAstuffer.com has executed the quantitative analysis, Jake Kerr of Mavsmoneyball.com wrote the story.
Read how Jason Kidd has changed Dallas Mavericks' statistical facts.
Earlier, the "Trades Work Out?" article has J-Kidd's individual statistical changes since he has been traded to Dallas.
Here is briefly what changed in Dallas after the trade:
He runs the show with a faster pace, but less efficiently on offense. Team's defensive effort is better.
Mavericks are shooting the ball with a higher effective field goal percentage and forcing the opponents to a lower effective field goal percentage.
Offensive rebound percentage has decreased while defensive rebounding percentage has increased.
They are getting to the foul line a with a lower FTM/FGA ratio and forcing opponents to a lower FTM/FGA ratio.
Kidd and the Mavs turn the ball over (per possession) more with forcing the opponents to a lower turnover per possession ratio.
Let me know the players who else you would like to see a post-trade analysis here.