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Antawn Jamison thankful, Lakers and Magic move on

In the latest edition of Home and Away, Michael Lee spoke to Antawn Jamison about the past (the lottery-bound Wizards) and the present (the contending Cavaliers).

Cleveland's series against Boston (2-2) resumes tonight.

Meanwhile, Truth About It offers an "unsilent" tribute to Jamison.

Later this month, the Pollin family will celebrate its lengthy connection to the Washington area with a free concert featuring Stevie Wonder at Verizon Center.

Last night the Lakers finished off the Jazz and the Magic annihilated the Hawks.

The Western Conference finals (Suns-Lakers) start Monday in Los Angeles, while Orlando awaits the outcome of the Cavs-Celtics series.

Look below for highlights of last night's games, courtesy of NBA.com.

By Alexa Steele  |  May 11, 2010; 9:49 AM ET
Categories:  Morning brew  
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I'm gonna say Cavs in 7 games. In the conference finals I think Magic are going to win in 6 because of a healthy Jameer nelson and Vince Carter. The Magic's bench is what i think the best in the nba with Williams, Reddick, Pietrus, Bass, and Gortat. The Magic are undefeated in the playoffs. I think in the finals it will be Magic in 7 because the lakers are not quite right and Magic have home court

Posted by: jefferu | May 11, 2010 11:02 AM | Report abuse

Sometimes, when he watches game film, Jamison sees this guy wearing No. 4 in "different colors" and doesn't realize it's him until he sees the guy isn't willing to play "D"?

Posted by: bulletsfan78 | May 11, 2010 12:50 PM | Report abuse

"It's LeBron James, probably the best player in the game, and he makes the game easy for me," he said. "This is a guy, I'm trying to take his head off for the last six years and now I got his back." - AJ

Take his head off the last six years? I musta missed that part. Unless AJ meant that he hoped by standing still, LeBron would get confused, lose his balance and fall really hard or something.

Posted by: ts35 | May 11, 2010 1:44 PM | Report abuse

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