Jamison has been living in a van ever since he was a kid.
His parents are his best friends and he’s always been able to call them anytime.
It was just a matter of time until he got to one day be in a car.
Jamison and his brother, Ben, were born in Houston and moved to Austin when Jamison was a teenager.
As a young boy, Jamison and Ben were a big part of a neighborhood basketball team.
Jamison’s brother, who was a high school athlete, was also part of the team and later became a high-profile basketball coach at the University of Texas.
Jamision’s older brother, Nick, played college basketball at Texas Tech University and also attended the University to pursue his dream of becoming an NBA player.
Jamisons dad, a local businessman, was the driving force behind the family’s success and his influence on the family life.
Jamisons older brother Nick, left, with his brother Nick.
(Courtesy of Nick Jamison)”We’ve always been a family.
My dad started it all, and I think he’s probably still the best dad you’ll ever meet,” Jamison told ESPN.
“Nick was the one that took me out to the movies and the shows, and we were always going to the games.
He would always help me get through it and just make sure I had everything in order.
When we moved to Dallas, he was the guy who was going to help me put my family together.”
Jamison said he was always the most loyal of the family.
The younger brother told ESPN that he was “very protective” of Jamison.
“I would always say, ‘You’re going to get it.
You’re going the right way.
You’ve got the right friends.
You know who to count on,'” Jamison said.”
The thing that’s most important is you always have somebody that’s going to look out for you,” he said.
“You have people who are going to be there for you, who are just going to listen to you and always be there to help you.”
Jamison credits his brother for his success in the NBA and his success as a father.
Nick told ESPN he believes Jamison can “make it in this league” and said he would love to see him on a professional team someday.
“I know he’s going through a tough time, and he deserves that,” Nick said.