The Milwaukee Bucks are offering Jason Kidd the opportunity to be the franchise's head coach but are not offering a front-office position, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Sunday.

ESPN.com also reported that Kidd would be the team's next coach if the Brooklyn Nets agree to the Bucks' terms of a 2015 second-round draft pick in exchange for Kidd.

An ESPN source said the Bucks offered a second-round pick, but the Nets wanted a 2015 first-round pick in exchange, a negotiating chip the Bucks originally dismissed.

"If the Nets agree then there will be a deal, if they don't then (the Bucks) are comfortable moving on and there will be nothing further to talk about," said the ESPN source. "The only thing (the Bucks) would give them is a second-round pick. They want a first. In the next 24 hours, there will either be a deal or there won't be a deal."

According to the Journal Sentinel, Bucks general manager John Hammond and assistant general manager David Morway are remaining in their positions, and no interviews were conducted for their jobs.

ESPN.com also reported that the negotiations are now being handled by Hammond and Nets GM Billy King.

Current Bucks coach Larry Drew reportedly has not talked to ownership during the process. ESPN sources said Bucks co-owners Marc Lasry and Wes Edens met with Kidd on Friday in New York City after asking for and receiving permission to talk to Kidd a few days before last Thursday's NBA Draft.

Kidd got off to a slow start in his first year as coach in Brooklyn and nearly was fired in December. However, the team rebounded and reached the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs before losing to the Miami Heat.

The Bucks went 15-67 last season to finish with the worst record in the league. They ended up with the No. 2 pick in the draft and selected Duke forward Jabari Parker on Thursday.

The New York Post reported Saturday that Kidd asked the Nets to be involved in overseeing basketball operations. Ownership shot him down based on his lack of experience in the front office and gave him the green light to talk with other NBA teams.

On Sunday, USA Today, citing an anonymous source, reported that Lionel Hollins and George Karl are potential replacements for Kidd in Brooklyn. The New York Times reported that former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson is an "obvious candidate," though USA Today downplayed the possibility of Jackson winding up with the Nets.