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Playground legend: Antawn Jamison helps rebuilding effort after Katrina
The host city of the 2008 NBA All-Star Game held deep meaning for Antawn Jamison. The veteran power forward, then an All-Star for the second...

Five memorable moments in Dean Smith's career in the Greensboro Coliseum
1997 Smith wins his last ACC tournament championship, a bookend to the 1967 title, beating N.C. State 64-54 in the finals. Tournament MVP Shammond...

Speakers For Dean Smith Celebration
UNC will celebrate the life of Dean E. Smith Sunday (Feb. 22) at 2 p.m. at the Smith Center. Speaking on behalf of the Carolina...

Roy Williams Radio Show - Celebrating Dean Smith (audio)
Listen to the Roy Williams radio show as Coach Williams and Jones Angell celebrate the life of Coach Dean Smith. Special guests include Eric Montross,...

Reflections from Dean Smith's last team
North Carolina started off Dean Smith's final season as head coach making a dubious kind of history. During the 1996-97 season, the Tar Heels began...

Video: Antawn Jamison on Dean Smith's Tar Heel Family
Antawn Jamison is one of the many former players who attribute so much of their success to their legendary coach, Dean Smith. In this piece,...

Dean Smith: Reflections
The best recollections of Dean Smith come from those he interacted with - players and coaches - throughout his transcendent career and life. Inside Carolina...

Video: UNC Basketball - Pride of the State
Our nation's first public university, North Carolina has as much pride in its colors as it does its rich basketball tradition. From coaching legend Dean...

Antawn Jamison becoming Lakers analyst for TWC SportsNet
Antawn Jamison is becoming a broadcaster after a 16-year NBA career. He has joined Time Warner Cable SportsNet as a Los Angeles Lakers analyst, the...

With no end game, Antawn Jamison pushes for one last shot
At this time, 16 years into his NBA career, it is safe to say Antawn Jamison has achieved a mental edge. He works out five...

Video: One-on-one with Antawn Jamison
Former UNC All-American and 1997-1998 National Player of the Year Antawn Jamison talks Dean Smith, the Carolina basketball family, Coach Guthridge and more...

Antawn Jamison calls Rashad McCants a clown
Former UNC basketball star Antawn Jamison called Rashad McCants a "clown" Thursday and also said he would like to finish his NBA career with the...

Audio: Interview with Antawn Jamison
UNC Tar Heel and longtime NBA player, Antawn Jamison, joined the Mac Attack to talk about his upcoming camp at the Dean Dome, the L.A...

Atlanta Hawks to waive Antawn Jamison
Antawn Jamison will not be a Hawk. The Hawks will waive the forward Friday, one day after he was obtained at the trade deadline from...

Antawn Jamison joins Atlanta Hawks
The Los Angeles Clippers have traded veteran forward Antawn Jamison to the Atlanta Hawks. Jamison is likely to work out a buyout with the Hawks,...

Jawad Williams: Battle Of The Blues
Jawad Williams: "As a player, I always felt that to have your name remembered in this rivalry you had to not only win, but you...

Antawn Jamison's Tar Heel Reflections
Now 16 years removed from his college career, Antawn Jamison’s Tar Heel roots remain strong. Recently, Jamison talked at length about his professional longevity, and...

Lucas: How 0-3 Happened
Let's just get this out of the way: Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison and Ed Cota are not on this year's Carolina team. Neither are Ademola...

North Carolina's 'Big 4' programs dealing with early struggles
UNC fans aren't feeling great, obviously. The Tar Heels (10-6) are losers of three straight and are 0-3 in the ACC for the first time...

Is Antawn Jamison a Hall of Famer?
The Hall of Fame debate when it comes to a player of Antawn Jamison’s ilk comes from two distinct frames of judgment. Statistically, Jamison is...

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