NBA Free Agency 2012: Free Agent Antawn Jamison Looking At Golden State, Charlotte

Cleveland Cavaliers free agent forward Antawn Jamison is ready to move on and sign with another team for next season with the Golden State Warriors and Charlotte Bobcats among his options, according to Marc J. Spears.

Both teams would provide a homecoming for Jamison since Charlotte is his hometown and he started his career in Golden State. According the Bobcats beat writer Rick Bonnell, Jamison would be welcomed in his hometown to join the team owned by fellow Tar Heel, Michael Jordan and will meet with the team's executives over dinner on Thursday night.

While playing the past three seasons for Cleveland, Jamison's family has lived in Charlotte. Jamison averaged 17.2 points and 6.3 rebounds per game last season for the Cavaliers.

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