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Antawn Jamison

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He turned us down last year to go ring chasing in LA.  Love how it worked out for him.  We don't need him.

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Man I remember meeting Antawn Jamison a few different times when he came to visit the Bryan Adrian camps in Charlotte. He remembered me between the years too! I've always been a huge fan and loved the guy, and he might not even care as much as we might think, but I feel like he blew his chance to play in Charlotte last year. That makes me feel kinda bad to say.

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Man I remember meeting Antawn Jamison a few different times when he came to visit the Bryan Adrian camps in Charlotte. He remembered me between the years too! I've always been a huge fan and loved the guy, and he might not even care as much as we might think, but I feel like he blew his chance to play in Charlotte last year. That makes me feel kinda bad to say.

 

Man, I went to those same camps!

 

They had some great guest lineups... at the Bryan Adrian camps I met:

 

Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter, Serge Zwikker, Donald Williams, Tim Duncan, Matt Harpring, etc.

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He turned us down last year to go ring chasing in LA. Love how it worked out for him. We don't need him.

Good God, what a selfish post.

Can you blame him for looking out for himself? The NBA is a business and the goal of that business is to win a championship. If you are going to get butthurt because a guy picked the better team then you should probably reevaluate your life.

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...only to transition to an assistant coach and help our locker room.  We have no use for an aging power forward when we just resigned McBob, drafted Zeller, signed Al Jefferson, and are still trying to develop and give Biyombo a chance to prove we didn't waste a pick on him.

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Looks like we might be looking at Tinsley too.

@AlexKennedyNBA: The Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Charlotte Bobcats and Phoenix Suns have expressed interest in Jamaal Tinsley, according to sources."

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Would love Tinsley as a stop-gap backup PG for one or 2 year deal.  He would come cheap and is still efficient.

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lol, i went to a 3 day bryan adrian camp back in the day at queens college, met antawn and matt harpring :p ...my dumbass almost got kicked out for smoking though.

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Drew Gooden just got amnestied, I'd rather bring him in as a backup than Jamison if comparable in salary.  

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Just curious, but if it's comparable in salary, why would you want a guy who averaged 3 points per game over a guy who averaged 10 points per game?

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