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Charlotte Still The Leader For Jamison

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While chasing a ring in a different city is still an option for Jamison, the Charlotte Bobcats seem to be the frontrunner to sign him at this point. Jamison grew up in Charlotte and is interested in returning home and living year-round with his four children. He flirted with the Bobcats last offseason for this very reason, and may decide to join them now. While he would most likely have to endure a losing season, he’d get to play a large role and be one of the team’s veteran leaders alongside Al Jefferson and Ben Gordon as well as his former teammates Ramon Sessions and Brendan Haywood. HoopsWorld

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We must be trying to make the playoffs this year.

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We must be trying to make the playoffs this year.

 

This news makes you think that?

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This news makes you think that?

Yeah we are signing veteran players (Jefferson/Jamison/Hendo), we must be trying to win right? If we planned on tanking I don't signing Jefferson/Hendo is gonna help the cause.

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I dont care at this point. I dont say Jamison getting huge minutes anyway. Probably bring him in for some locker room leadership and experience to help the young guys.

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I dont care at this point. I dont say Jamison getting huge minutes anyway. Probably bring him in for some locker room leadership and experience to help the young guys.

 

 

He'd probably get 15-20 minutes a game, he'd be stealing minutes away from McRoberts. 

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Is it 2007?

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As long as he knows his role, your not coming home to be the star, your not at Providence anymore. 10-15 mins off the bench as a stretch 4 is alright with me, play him with McRoberts, but do not let him steal McRoberts minutes.

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Didn't say I liked it, but that's likely what will happen. He averaged over 20 minutes a game and close to 10 points a game for a better Laker team last season. Just being honest, if he's signed he'll get around 20 minutes a game and be stealing minutes from Taylor and McRoberts. 

 

http://espn.go.com/nba/player/_/id/385/antawn-jamison

 

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Come back home Jamison.  He could teach our young guys how to be a pro if anything.  He still has a little left in the tank too.

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No thanks. We're good

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Combining the past two years we are one of the worst teams in NBA History... I wouldn't say we're good.

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