SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix after he emerged from a tense battle for pole position just 0.102s ahead of Mercedes teammate and title rival Nico Rosberg.Rosberg can win the championship with victory on Sunday, but Hamilton is showing no signs of giving up as he took the 60th pole of his career and his third in a row at the last three races. Rosberg had the edge over Hamilton in the first sector but was over a tenth slower than his previous lap in the first sector, which was enough to drop him behind his teammate. If the Mercedes drivers finish in the same order at the end of 71 laps on Sunday, the title will go down to the final round in Abu Dhabi.Kimi Raikkonen took third for Ferrari with a lap 0.668s off Hamiltons best effort. The Ferrari driver was not happy with his first sector and his cars lack of downforce cost him in the second sector, but an inch perfect final sector saw him pull a margin over his rivals on the run to the finish line.Despite showing promising pace in Friday practice, Red Bull looks set to be in a battle with Ferrari rather than Mercedes on Sunday as the gap between Raikkonen in third and Ricciardo in sixth stood at just 0.136s. Max Verstappen finished fourth after complaining of a lack of rear grip in Turn 8 on his hot lap, but he lost most of his time to Raikkonen in the power-sensitive final sector.Sebastian Vettel had to settle for fifth -- 0.010s off Verstappen -- but after a brake problem kept him in the garage at the start of Q1, he will be relieved just to be on one of the front three rows. Ricciardo had to settle for sixth after setting a time just 0.055s off Red Bull teammate Verstappen in fourth.Romain Grosjean took an impressive seventh place in the Haas and will start ahead of both Force Indias, with Nico Hulkenberg eighth ahead of Sergio Perez in ninth. Fernando Alonso rounded off the top ten for McLaren-Honda as he eyes more points in Interlagos.Both Williams were knocked out in Q2, with Valtteri Bottas just 0.060s off the cut for Q3. He will start ahead of Esteban Gutierrezs Haas and teammate Felipe Massa, who will start 13th at his final home grand prix. Daniil Kvyat took 14th ahead of Toro Rosso teammate Carlos Sainz and Renaults Jolyon Palmer in 16th.Jenson Button was knocked out in Q1 after struggling with the balance of his car throughout the session and setting a time 0.576s off McLaren teammate Alonso. 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"Hes going to have incredible credibility with his players, which is huge," said Brendan Suhr, a longtime NBA assistant coach under Chuck Daly, Hubie Brown and Lenny Wilkens. Even the accountability as the man in charge wont be a problem, said Suhr, who is attending the National Basketball Players Associations Top 100 camp at the University of Virginia and teaching players how to start coaching careers. "Hell be fine. Hes handled accountability before," Suhr said, adding that one of Kidds main priorities needs to be hiring experienced assistants to "fill in the gaps that you dont have." Denver point guard Andre Miller said he was initially surprised when he heard Kidd was in the running for the Nets job so soon after announcing his retirement, but the more he thought about, the more sense it seemed to make. "When I first heard that they were considering it, I was like, Wow, thats respect," Miller said at the camp. "Hes a hall of famer in everybodys mind and hes accomplished everything that you can accomplish as a point guard, as a person, in life and as a teammate. When you have that type of respect of your peers, and of management, coaches, you know the skys the limit. "You know that he knows how to play basketball and he knows what it takes, so it surprised me at first, but what better player to make that transition right away to show, I can do this by the things that hes done in his career. Its good for the guys in that situation and learn from a guy like that." Millers Nuggets teammate Andre Igoudala tried that in a game against Kidds team. "What made you throw that pass?" Igoudala said he once asked Kidd during a game. He said he also picked Kidds brain with a few questions when he and Kidd were paneliists during a rookie transition program.dddddddddddd "Its not as crazy to me as people are making it," Igoudala said of the Nets hire. "Youre seeing how the game is changing ... teams are bring in GMs who havent played basketball. Analytical guys. Number crunchers. Thats kind of the trend. "Why not bring in a coach who just got done playing, especially a guy like Jason Kidd" who has helped teammates get better throughout his career, Igoudala said. "It wasnt just by his presence on the court but his presence every day, his presence off the court, in practice, making guys buy into something they werent used to buckling down and doing, so Im not surprised at all." That presence, former teammate Jerry Stackhouse said, will serve Kidd well, as will having spent time around younger players in the league. Stackhouse some of todays players get the superstar label via social media before they have truly earned their stripes and are "a little different" than emerging stars of the past. "Jason Kidds been in the locker room with the Michael Jordans, everybody to the Kyrie Irvings, so hes able to relate to them," said Stackhouse, who played with Kidd in Dallas and for the Nets this season. "I think hes going to do a good job. ... Its not like he took on a bad group." The Nets, who fired Avery Johnson during the season and then rallied to make the playoffs under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo, took the Chicago Bulls to Game 7 in the first round before being eliminated. Kidd may be green, Miller said, but his career prepared him for this next step. "Take a look at Mark Jackson," Miller said of the Golden State Warriors coach, and former NBA point guard for 17 seasons. "When you play that many years, youve got to deal with egos, attitudes. Youve got to deal with behaviours and to be able to know when to get a guy involved, to know when to pull a guy to the side, know when to be positive, know when to motivate, know when to criticize. 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