Antawn Jamison will have surgery on his sprained right wrist at 7 a.m. tomorrow morning. He likely won't have an exit interview.
Orange County Register "An MRI on Antawn Jamison's right wrist showed scar tissue, evidence of a previous injury, and a sprain, but nothing that suggested he shouldn't play Monday. Jamison, who suffered the sprain in Friday's loss to Washington, likely will wear a brace on his wrist and play at Golden State in the first..." March 25
Antawn Jamison on Monday's Golden State game: "It will take a lot for me not to be out there. I should be OK"
Source says Jamison has a slight tear in wrist but he's "going to gut it out"
Los Angeles Times "Antawn Jamison sprained his right wrist in the Lakers' 103-100 loss to the Washington Wizards on Friday. With 1:10 left in the third quarter, Jamison's dunk attempt was blocked by Wizards center Kevin Seraphin. Jamison, who scored 11 points in the game, did not return. X-rays taken on the..." March 23
Washington Post "Before his career is done, Antawn Jamison would like to go out with at least one championship and possibly leave the game like former NBA sharpshooter Dell Curry. Jamison remembers how Curry used to bring his young son, current NBA sharpshooter Stephen, to games and let him be a ballboy. He would..." March 22
L.A. Daily News "It's hard to believe Antawn Jamison went five straight games without playing at one point this season, the veteran forward the victim of new coach Mike D'Antoni's tinkering with the rotation as he tried to find a winning formula. But Jamison remained patient, leaned on his supportive teammates..." March 03
ESPN.com "Michael Jordan has been retired from the NBA for a decade, but he warned at his Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2009 not to count him out from making one last comeback. "One day you might look up and see me playing the game at 50," Jordan said near the close of his speech, eliciting laughter..." February 09
L.A. Daily News "As he snuck in a rare visit back home, Antawn Jamison received a visual reminder Friday of what life might be like had he chosen a more lucrative offer this offseason from the Charlotte Bobcats He'd spend more time with his four children, including Alexis (12), Kathryn 7, Antawn Jr. (6) and..." February 09