Jamison hasn't been put in position to flourish on the offensive end. It seems that he has been pigeon-holed into this role as a "stretch four" to hit three pointers, but that totally marginalizes all that he can contribute to a team offensively. You don't average 19 points over 12 seasons as a 6-foot-9 power forward if all you can do is shoot jumpers. Granted, Jamison does enjoy shooting jumpers, but I happen to recall seeing him work in the low block over the past few years, especially on the left side of the paint, where he can quickly spin around taller defenders and toss up floaters or one those Sanford & Son approved garbage shots.Michael Lee on how the Cavaliers haven't fully utilized all of Antawn Jamison's offensive abilities. Even granting that Mike Brown hasn't had a lot of time to evaluate what Jamison can/can't do and how he fits in with the rest of the team, let's say that I'm less than surprised that he can't figure out what to do with Jamison.