Antawn Jamison ... By the Numbers

As the Cavaliers enter another crucial offseason, and the franchise turns its focus on moving forward and making another run at an NBA Championship, wanted to take a look back at the 2009-10 season.

Over the next couple weeks, will look at each player that suited up for the Wine and Gold during the 2009-10 season and showcase their contributions toward what ultimately was another successful season in franchise history. Today we'll take a look at some notable numerals from the former North Carolina Tar Heel, Antawn Jamsion.


30, 11, 5 . . . Jamison’s points, rebounds and steals in a March 6th matchup in Milwaukee – joining LeBron as the only players in franchise history to exceed 30, 10 and 5.

17,000 . . . career points topped by Jamison in a March 28th game, making him just the 12th player in the NBA to reach that plateau.

19.4 . . . points per game against the Bulls in this year’s first round.

16-2 . . . Cavaliers’ record in Jamison’s first 18 games as a starter with Cleveland.