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Antawn Jamison News & Bio


Name:Antawn Jamison
Hometown:Charlotte, NC
High School:Providence High
Born:June 12, 1976 (44)
Height/Weight:6-9, 222
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball, 1995 McDonald's All-American
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Podcast: Vince Carter & Antawn Jamison on Their Years in the NBA, Black Fatherhood, Player Activism
Bakari Sellers is joined by former NBA players Vince Carter and Antawn Jamison to talk about their respective NBA careers (8:15), Black fatherhood (22:29), Vince’s...

Top 30 UNC Basketball Teams Of All-Time: No. 10 - 1997-98
The 1997-98 team had chemistry like few Carolina teams when the right five were on the court, for which Bill Guthridge deserves a lot of...

Tar Heels Dominate the NBA Top 100 Career Scoring List
Here are North Carolina Basketball's five players on the NBA Top 100 Career Scoring List, their overall rank, and the years that they played in...

A look back on Antawn Jamison, a steady and consistent scorer
During the heyday of his career, Antawn Jamison was one of the NBA’s most steady and consistent scorers. Standing at 6-foot-8, Jamison played both forward...

Antawn Jamison is UNC's overlooked legend when it comes to men's basketball
In the last 50 years of UNC basketball, just four players have won national player of the year awards. Michael Jordan, Phil Ford, and Tyler...

Position U: Which college basketball programs produce the best players at each position?
Which college basketball program would be deserving of the title "Point Guard U"? Which schools have had the best sharpshooters? The best scoring big men?...

Garrison Brooks Closing Strong
You have to go back 22 years to find the last Tar Heel to score 25 points in four straight games. Roy Williams was still...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Duke
A frustrating way to end a frustrating regular season, as Duke prevails 89-76. Despite the result, Garrison Brooks was terrific, making yet another case for...

Video: UNC vs. Duke Game Highlights
Garrison Brooks became the first Tar Heel since Antawn Jamison in 1998 to record 4 straight games of 25 or more points, but it wasn't...

Antawn Jamison’s Kobe Bryant memory: When both scored 51 in Warriors’ OT win
Antawn Jamison was at his Charlotte home Sunday when he found the DVD, plugged in the disc player and slumped onto his couch. Hours earlier,...


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