Antawn Jamison believes right wrist injury won't affect shooting stroke
OAKLAND -- No matter how much treatment he receives on his sprained right wrist or tests it out during practice, Lakers forward Antawn Jamison concedes he has no idea how he'll feel once he steps court tonight against the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena.
But he sounded strongly confident that his injury won't negatively affect his shooting.
"If I had to change my shooting stroke again, it’s going to be a long night," Jamison said. "I wouldn’t be playing if I couldn’t play my style or do the things I do. I definitely want to put my team in a situation where I’m not hurting them instead of helping them. But I don’t think it will get to the point where I can’t do the things I normally do."
karacha wrote:He scores in an unorthodox way most of the time, so the wrist injury probably doesn't affect him as much... that kind of injury would ruin someone like, say, Meeks.
The Rock wrote:He does very well when hes not getting punished on defense. Im rooting hard for him to reach a milestone 141 points away from reaching 20,000 points. Have to average over 14 pts a game over the next 10. You guys think he can do it?
Punk-101 wrote:I missed out on the cockroach thing...
Kobe’s killer quote of the night was likening Antawn Jamison to “a cockroach”: “He keeps finding the cracks.”
— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) March 1, 2013
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