CLEVELAND Charlottean Antawn Jamison's dream scenario for the end of his career - come home to play for the Bobcats.
The 14-year NBA veteran will become a free agent after this season. He plans to play two or three more seasons. In an exclusive interview Tuesday with the Observer, forward Jamison said he'd give every consideration to signing with the Bobcats.
"That's always been a dream of mine - to be home" for the conclusion of his career, Jamison said. "To have my parents there (at home games), to have my kids there."
Jamison's children are 6 and 2, old enough that they miss him playing elsewhere. He said the lockout provided him an opportunity to spend more time being a parent, and he misses that by playing in Cleveland.
Jamison, who grew up in Charlotte, has built a homestead there where he and his wife have lived for several years.
"Having the kids come to the games with me all the time? That would be great," Jamison said.