In addition to the much-discussed possibility of going back home to Charlotte, Jamison could wind up back where he started his career in Golden State, or chasing a title with the Lakers or the new-look Brooklyn Nets.
Cavs have had talks on possible sign&trade sending Antawn Jamison to Nets,sources tell Y! Lakers can only offer minimum. GS & CHA in mix too— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) July 12, 2012
The Nets are an intriguing destination for Jamison, as they now feature a top-heavy roster with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace and Brook Lopez. Jamison could provide them with some needed frontcourt depth.
A sign-and-trade could benefit both the Cavaliers and Jamison. Cleveland could receive an asset rather than losing him outright and Jamison could be in a position to make above the minimum salary at a destination he prefers.
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