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Antawn Jamison

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Hawks

Biography

Background

NBA CAREER SUPERLATIVES:

• Eastern Conference All-Star (2005, 2008).

• Named NBA Sixth Man of the Year (2004).

• Named to NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1999).

 

2012-13 (Lakers):

 

• Appeared in 76 games (six starts), averaging 9.4 points, 4.8 rebounds, 0.7 assists, 0.39 steals and 0.29 blocks in 21.5 minutes.

• Scored 10+ points 35 times, 20+ points twice and 30+ points once.

• Recorded five double-doubles.

• Grabbed 10+ rebounds five times.

• Recorded 19 points (7-11 FG) and a season-high 15 rebounds 11/24/12 at Dallas.

• Posted a season-high 33 points (13-19 FG, 5-10 3FG) and 12 rebounds 11/30/12 vs. Denver.

• In first start of season, notched 15 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks 12/4/12 at Houston.

• Posted 27 points (8-14 FG, 5-8 3FG) and nine rebounds 3/17/13 vs. Sacramento.

• Scored 18 points 3/27/13 at Minnesota.

PLAYOFFS: In four games, averaged 7.3 points, 1.8 rebounds and 19.8 minutes per game.

 

2011-12 (Cleveland):

 

• Appeared in 65 games (all starts), averaging 17.2 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 2.0 assists in 33.1 minutes.

• Recorded the 300th double-double of his career with 32 points (11-22 FG) and 10 rebounds 2/21/12 vs. Detroit.

• Set a season-high in points for the third consecutive game, finishing with 34 points on (14-21 FG) 2/10/12 vs. Milwaukee.

• Scored a season-high tying 34 points (12-19 FG) 4/8/12 at New Jersey.

• Scored 20+ points 27 times including four 30+ point games.

• Recorded 10+ rebounds eight times while posting seven double-doubles.

 

2010-11 (Cleveland):

 

• Appeared in 56 games (38 starts), averaging 18.0 points and 6.7 rebounds in 32.9 minutes.

• With 20 points and 11 rebounds 11/19/10 vs. New Orleans, joined Scottie Pippen and Dirk Nowitzki as the only players in NBA history with at least 17,000 points, 900 3FGM and 7,000 rebounds.

• Scored a season-high 35 points twice (1/2/11 vs. Dallas and 2/11/11 vs. L.A. Clippers).

• Grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds 2/25/11 vs. New York.

• Led or tied the team lead in points 25 times out of his 56 games played, the most of any Cavalier.

• Led or tied the team lead in rebounds 10 times, assists once, 14 times in steals and 17 times in blocks.

• Scored 30 or more points four times, 20+ points 22 times and 10+ points 48 times.

• Recorded 10 double-doubles.

• Missed three games due to left knee

soreness from 11/2/10 – 11/6/10.

• Suffered a season ending left little finger fracture 2/27/11.

 

2009-10 (Washington – Cleveland):

 

• Appeared in 66 games (64 starts) with Washington and Cleveland, averaging 18.7 points on 46.1% shooting, 8.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.10 steals in 36.5 minutes.

• In 41 games (all starts) with Washington, averaged 20.5 points on 45.0% shooting, 8.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.0 steals in 39.0 minutes.

• In 25 games (23 starts) with Cleveland, averaged 15.8 points on 48.5% shooting, 7.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.10 steals in 32.4 minutes.

• Tied for 27th in the NBA in double-doubles (25), ranked 28th in minutes (36.5) and 38th in total rebounds (555).

• Totaled 21 points and a career-high 23 rebounds 1/30/10 vs. New York.

• Posted a season-high 34 points and 18 rebounds 1/15/10 at Chicago.

• Tallied 30 points (most as a Cavalier), 11 rebounds and five steals 3/6/10 at Milwaukee (2nd player in franchise history (LeBron James) to tally at least 30 points,10 rebounds and five steals in a game).

• Became the 12th active player in NBA to reach 17,000 career points, scoring 26 points and adding nine rebounds 3/28/10 vs. Sacramento.

 

PLAYOFFS: In 11 playoff games, averaged 15.3 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 34.0 minutes. Scored at least 14 points in eight of 11 contests and had three double doubles.

 

2008-09 (Washington):

 

• Appeared in 81 games (all starts), leading Washington in scoring with 22.2 points per game, his highest scoring average since 2002-03.

• Shot 46.8% from the field, his highest field goal percentage since his Sixth Man of the Year campaign in Dallas in 2003-04.

• Ranked 11th in the NBA in scoring and 10th in the league in rebounds per game (8.9).

• Scored in double-figures 79 times, including 73 straight from 11/12/09–4/4/09.

• Ranked ninth league-wide in double-doubles (38) and minutes per game (38.2).

• Scored a season-high 36 points 3/13/09 vs. Orlando.

• Scored 30 or more points seven times.

• Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds twice.

• Equaled his career-high with seven assists 3/18/09 at Clippers.

• Surpassed the 15,000 career point mark 1/26/09 vs. Phoenix.

• Missed the final game of the regular season (4/15/09) with a sore right ankle.

 

2007-08 (Washington):

 

• Appeared in 79 games (79 starts) with Washington, averaging 21.4 points and a career-high 10.2 rebounds.

• Made second career All-Star appearance.

• Recorded a career-high 44 double-doubles.

• One of five players in the NBA (D. Howard, Y. Ming, A. Jefferson, C. Boozer) to average 20 or more points and 10 or more rebounds per game.

• Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week of March 10-16, 2008.

• Scored 30 or more points in nine games, including a season-high 41 points 11/24/07 at Memphis.

• Recorded eight straight double-doubles from 11/28/07-12/13/07.

• Missed two games due to illness/injury; right shoulder sprain and sat out the final game of the regular season.

 

PLAYOFFS: Averaged 16.8 points and a career postseason-high 12.0 rebounds in six playoff games.

 

2006-07 (Washington):

 

• Appeared in 70 games (70 starts), averaging 19.8 points, 8.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists.

• Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 15 times, rebounding 31 times and assists three times.

• Scored a season-high 48 points 4/17/07 vs. Orlando while setting a new career-high with 15 free throws made and 24 free throws attempted.

• Scored 20+ points and grabbed 10+ rebounds in 15 games.

• Recorded a team-high 21 double-doubles.

• Scored his 12,000th career point 3/14/07 at Indiana.

• Recorded a career-high five blocked shots 12/15/06 vs. Miami.

 

PLAYOFFS: Averaged a series-high 32.0 points along with 9.8 rebounds in four playoff games versus Cleveland.

 

2005-06 (Washington):

 

• Appeared in 82 games (80 starts), averaged 20.5 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists.

• Led all Eastern Conference players with 28 games of at least 20 points and 10 rebounds.

• Recorded 35 double-doubles and finished tied for eighth in the NBA in that category.

• One of just seven players in the NBA to average at least 20 points and nine rebounds per game.

• Scored 30+ points eight times.

• Made a career-high seven three-point field goals 3/23/06 at Utah.

• Scored a season-high 37 points 4/10/06 at Philadelphia.

• Led or tied for team lead in points 16 times, rebounds 48 times and assists six times.

PLAYOFFS: Averaged 19.2 points and 7.2 rebounds in six playoff games.

 

2004-05 (Washington):

 

• Appeared in 68 games (68 starts), averaging 19.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and a career-high 2.3 assists per game.

• Led team in rebounds (7.6) and finished third in scoring (19.6).

• Led Wizards in scoring 18 times and in rebounding 31 times.

• Scored a season-high 35 points 2/9/05 vs. San Antonio.

 

PLAYOFFS: Averaged 18.5 points and 6.3 rebounds in 10 playoff games. 2003-04 (Dallas):

• Appeared in 82 games, averaging 14.8 points and 6.3 rebounds in 29.0 minutes per games.

• Extended his then-league-long consecutive games played streak to 328.

• Finished a four-year stretch in which he totaled 6,697 points, the 10th highest total among all NBA players in that time span.

• Named NBA Sixth Man of the Year in his first season as a reserve.

• Shot a career-high 53.5% (488-913) from the field and 74.8% (220-294) from the line.

• Scored in double figures 65 times and 20 or more points 24 times.

• Led Mavericks reserves in scoring 64 times.

PLAYOFFS: Averaged 13.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in 21.8 minutes over five playoff games.

 

2002-03 (Golden State):

 

• Appeared in 82 games (all starts), averaging 22.2 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 39.3 minutes.

• Started all 82 games for the third consecutive season, becoming only the third Golden State player in team history to do so.

• Recorded a season-high 41 points and a season-high tying 14 rebounds 4/16/03 vs. Denver.

• Scored 20 or more points 53 times, 30 or more points 17 times and recorded two 40-point efforts.

• Ranked among league leaders in scoring (13th), rebounding (33rd) and minutes (17th).

• Recorded 18 double-doubles.

 

2001-02 (Golden State):

 

• Appeared in 82 games (all starts), averaging 19.7 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 37.0 minutes.

• Led the team in points (1,619), minutes (3,033), field goals made (614), field goal percentage (44.7%) and free throws made (323).

• Tied or led team in scoring 45 times, rebounds 13 times and minutes 51 times.

• Scored a season-high 35 points 4/17/02 vs. Clippers.

• Recorded a career-high six steals 1/26/02 vs. San Antonio.

• Posted 20+ points 45 times and 30+ points four times.

• Ranked among league leaders in scoring (22nd) and minutes (39th).

 

2000-01 (Golden State):

 

• Appeared in 82 games (all starts), averaging 24.9 points, 8.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.40 steals in 41.4 minutes.

• Scored a career-high 51 points 12/3/00 at Seattle on 23-of-36 shooting from the field.

• Matched that effort in the following contest with 51 points 12/6/00 vs. LA Lakers on 21-29 shooting from the field. At the time, was the first player to reach 50+ points in back-to-back games since Michael Jordan in 1986-87 and the first player to record 51+ points in two consecutive games since Wilt Chamberlain in 1963-64.

• Became first Warriors player to score 50+ points in back-to-back games since Rick Barry in 1966-67.

• Scored 2,000th point of season 4/16 vs. Dallas, becoming fifth Warrior to reach 2,000 points in a single season in the West Coast Era (Wilt Chamberlain (twice), Rick Barry (three times), Chris Mullin (three times), Purvis Short).

• Among NBA leaders, ranked second in field goals made, fifth in minutes per game, ninth in scoring average, 13th in double-doubles, 21st in rebounds and 24th in steals.

• Tied or led the team in scoring 57 times.

• Scored 20+ points 60 times, 30+ points 23 times, 40+ points four times and 50+ points twice.

 

1999-00 (Golden State):

 

• Appeared in 43 games (41 starts), averaging 19.6 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 36.2 minutes.

• Increased his scoring average from previous season by 10.0 points, the largest season-to-season increase in the NBA in four years at that time.

• One of only 11 NBA players to average at least 19.0 points and 8.0 rebounds.

• Scored a season-high 37 points 1/21/00 vs. Cleveland.

• First Warrior since Joe Barry Carroll (2/1/87) to record 30+ points and 20+ rebounds in a game (33 points, 21 rebounds 1/25/00 at Dallas.

• Totaled 20+ points 23 times, 30+ points and 15+ rebounds three times.

• Missed 39 games due to injury.

• Underwent surgery on left knee 2/22/00 and missed final 29 games. 1998-99 (Golden State):

• Appeared in 47 games (23 starts), averaging 9.6 points and 6.4 rebounds in 22.5 minutes.

• Earned NBA All-Rookie Second Team honors.

• Averaged 20.0 points and 7.4 rebounds in final five games of season.

• Scored a season-high 24 points 5/1/99 at Dallas.

• Grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds twice.

 

COLLEGE (University of North Carolina – 1995-1998):

• Played three years at the University of North Carolina.

• Named 1998 National Player of the Year by virtually every media outlet, including The Associated Press, The Sporting News, CBS/Chevrolet, Basketball Times and NABC, along with winning the prestigious John R. Wooden Award, Naismith Award and USBWA Oscar Robertson Trophy as the National Player of the Year.

• Became the second Tar Heel player to receive AP Player of the Year (Michael Jordan ‘84).

• Only the third Carolina player to win John R. Wooden Award, joining Michael Jordan (‘84) and Phil Ford (‘78).

• First Tar Heel and only fifth player in league history at the time to earn First-Team All-ACC honors as a freshman.

• Became the 10th player in UNC history to make collegiate debut in starting lineup on opening night.

 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:

 

• Hosts an annual All-Star Basketball Camp at his alma mater, Providence High School in Charlotte, NC.

• Awarded the NBA Community Assist Award in July 2003.

• In 2003, launched the Antawn C. Jamison Scholarship program, in which he awards need-based scholarships to a male and female college-bound basketball player from his alma mater, Providence High School in Charlotte.

 

PERSONAL:

 

• Full name is Antawn (an-TWON) Cortez Jamison.

• Son of Albert and Kathy Jamison.

• Has two daughters, Alexis Jamison and Kathryn Elizabeth, and two sons, Antawn Jr. and Rucker.

• Mentioned as one of the “Good Guys” in sports by the Sporting News in 2005 and 2006.

• Has an official website named www.antawnjamison.com

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