Every team has those little quirks that are special to them and their fans. It might be something that you can't notice unless you've followed the team for years, or it might be something that can be observed after only one viewing but can't be truly appreciated until you've really gotten a chance to watch it over an extended time. For Wizards' fans, the quirk is Antawn Jamison's shot. For me personally, there's always a rush of excitement when Jamison gets the ball in the low post because you never know what's going to happen. Is he going for the scoop? Will he try the leaner? The ol' teardrop? There's categories that you can classify his shots into, but he's not like Tim Duncan where you know whatever shot he ends up choosing will go through the same textbook process every single time. With Jamison, every part of the shot is a variable subject to change depending on the situation: The release point, arm extension, deciding whether or not to draw a foul as he shoots, the arc of the ball, and whether he uses glass or not. It's all up for grabs. His shots are like snowflakes, you'll never find two that are the exactly the same.
I think Wizznutzz put it best when they said this:
I bring this all up because over the last month or so I've been on a little project to try and document all of the crazy shots and his weird celebrations of this 30 something and bring it together into one place. Coming off his All Star appearance last night, now seemed like as good of a time as any to debut it, so without further ado here's Antawn Jamison doing what he does best: