Career: Bayamón (Puerto-Rico-BSN, 1994-2000), DePaul (USA-NCAA Div. 1, 1998-99), COAMO (Puerto-Rico-BSN, 2001), Bayamón (Puerto-Rico-BSN, 2001), Missouri Southern (USA-NCAA Div. 2, 2001-02), Valls (Spain-LEB 2, 2002-03), Mayaguez (Puerto-Rico-BSN, 2003-04), Yunnan (Chine-CBA, 2004), Coamo (Puerto-Rico-BSN, 2005-06).
Antonio Latimer is a fantastic athlete. But he is also a very versatile basketball player. He can play both forward positions, using his speed, strength and vertical leap to be efficient in the paint. He has improved his long-distance shot a lot which makes him an even more complete player. He started his BSN career in 1994 and attended Missouri Southern before playing one season in the Spanish LEB 2, posting 17.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists. He also played five games in China last season.
This season, he averaged 17.8 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists for San Germán in the BSN league. Latimer has been a regular member of the national team since 1999 but didn't make the team for the 2004 Olympic Games.