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Jamison Returns Home

Antawn Jamison returned home on Wednesday night to the Smith Center, the court where he first earned national attention as a freshman back in 1995-96 alongside Vince Carter and Ademola Okulaja, eventually leading the Tar Heels to two Final Fours and winning unanimous National Player-of-the-Year honors in 1998. Read more courtesy of Goheels.com! 

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Twan Inducted into College Hoops HOF

Twan and Paul Pierce led a seven-man class that included Portland Trail Blazers player programs director Hersey Hawkins and the late Len Bias that was inducted into the National College Basketball Hall of Fame.  

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On the Road with Buck and Phil

Twan joined Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier's "On the Road" Podcast to talk about his days in a Wizards uniform and which young player excites him the most on the Wizards roster.   

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Antawn Jamison Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to Lucas Thillet and Nyla McGill for being the 2021 Antawn C. Jamison Scholarship award winners at Providence High School in Charlotte, NC! Read more about the scholarship!

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A Look Back on Antawn Jamison...

"Standing at 6-foot-8, Jamison played both forward positions, and though he wasn’t always his team’s first option, he got buckets throughout his career. He’s one of 46 players in league history who’s part of the 20,000 career points club, with 20,042 total." Read more courtesy of Cameron Fields from WarriorsWire. 

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College Basketball Hall of Fame

Twan, the unanimous National College Basketball Player of the Year as a University of North Carolina forward in 1998, and the first men's basketball player in Atlantic Coast Conference history to earn first-team all-conference honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior, is one of six players and two coaches elected to the NABC Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2021. 

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UNC's Overlooked Basketball Legend

One of the most decorated basketball players to ever wear Carolina Blue goes by the name of Antawn Jamison. And he's one of the best in Tar Heel history. Read more courtesy of Jake Smith from the Daily Tar Heel.