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  • NBA Stars First Career Dunk (Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Vince Carter, LeBron James)NBA Stars First Career Dunk (Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Vince Carter, LeBron James)
  • Vince Carter - Best Alley-oop Dunk Of All Time (Mar 08, 2000)Vince Carter - Best Alley-oop Dunk Of All Time (Mar 08, 2000)
  • Michael Jordan (Age 38) shuts down Vince Carter - 0 pts in 2nd halfMichael Jordan (Age 38) shuts down Vince Carter - 0 pts in 2nd half
  • Vince Carter hits a 86-foot shot sitting down - World RecordVince Carter hits a 86-foot shot sitting down - World Record

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Top news - Vince Carter

  • • Oldest, youngest players on NBA rosters
    The NBA’s second-oldest player called it a career earlier this offseason, as longtime Spurs guard Manu Ginobili announced his retirement. Meanwhile, the third-oldest player in the league – veteran guard Jason Terry – remains unsigned, and while he has expressed repeated interest in returning for a 20th NBA season, it’s not clear if or when he’ll ge...
  • • Reviewing the Atlanta Hawks' 2018 offseason
    Hoops Rumors is breaking down the 2018 offseason for all 30 NBA teams, revisiting the summer’s free agent signings, trades, draft picks, departures, and more. We’ll evaluate each team’s moves from the last several months and look ahead to what the 2018/19 season holds for all 30 franchises. Today, we’re focusing on the Atlanta Hawks. Signings: St...
  • • The Toronto Raptors’ ceiling has been raised
    The Toronto Raptors just traded away their best player in franchise history, DeMar DeRozan, for Kawhi Leonard, in July. With condolences to Vince Carter and Chris Bosh, DeRozan is the Raptors’ all-time leading scorer and never actually wanted to leave Toronto. The same cannot be said about Carter or Bosh. So DeMar is the greatest Raptor ever, but I...
  • • Vince Carter wants to get into broadcasting after playing career ends
    Vince Carter wants to go into broadcasting once his playing days are finished and has no desire to become an NBA coach, he told Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic. One of the reasons he joined the Hawks is that he’ll be in the same city as the headquarters of TNT. “I enjoy coaching the game, but I don’t want to be a coach,” Carter said. “I think this ...
  • • Manu Ginobili announces retirement from NBA
    The end of yet another era in San Antonio has come, as Manu Ginobili announced on Monday that he has decided to retire from the NBA.Ginobili shared a post on social media reflecting on the “fabulous journey” that was his 16-year career, the entirety of which was spent with the Spurs. Ginobili was part of four NBA title teams in San Antonio, and he ...
  • • Vince Carter to wear Hawks jersey number formerly belonging to Al Horford
    Here’s the Atlanta Journal Constitution reporting on new Hawk Vince Carter, whose jersey number will look familiar to any Hawks fans who enjoyed the work Al Horford did during his impressive stretch in Atlanta: There is no No. 15 controversy for the Hawks. Vince Carter will wear the uniform number after he signed a one-year contract [...]...
  • • Hawks sign Vince Carter
    As his NBA career winds down, Vince Carter isn’t ring-chasing. In fact, he’s doing pretty close to the opposite, joining what should be one of the league’s weakest teams in the 2018-19 NBA season. Carter on Friday (yesterday) signed with the Atlanta Hawks, who are completely rebuilding their roster from the ground up. According to...
  • Vince Carter: ‘I have a young guy’s mentality with a 40-year-old body’
    Vince Carter can't say his 21st NBA season will be his last....
  • • Atlanta Hawks officially sign veteran Vince Carter
    ATLANTA (AP) -- Vince Carter can't say his 21st NBA season will be his last....
  • • Carter, 41, isn't ready to retire after this season
    Entering his 21st NBA season, 41-year-old Vince Carter, newly signed as a Hawk, still isn't ready to call this season his last. "I love to play, man. I have a young guy's mentality with a 40-year-old body," he says....
  • • Stan Van Gundy: 'Not a lot of fun to watch' what happened to Dwight Howard
    Stan Van Gundy, who coached Dwight Howard during his rise to stardom with the Magic, says it has been difficult to witness what has happened to him in recent years. Howard, who signed with the Wizards after being traded by the Hornets and bought out by the Nets this summer, will start his third consecutive season with a new team. “It changed on Dwi...
  • • Report: Manu Ginobili ‘seriously considering’ retirement
    Longtime San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili has been working out with the team this summer and given indications that he plans to return for a 17th NBA season, but that is apparently not a guarantee.ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Ginoboli is planning to meet with Spurs coach Gregg Popovich this week and is “seriously considering retireme...
  • • Vince Carter says this will likely be his last season
    The Half-Man, Half-Amazing show is nearing its final curtain call.Speaking with reporters on Thursday during a conference call for the Jr. NBA World Championships, veteran swingman Vince Carter discussed his future.“I still want to play the game,” said the 41-year-old, per ESPN’s Ian Begley. “Whatever minutes are there, I want [them] … It’s a love....
  • Vince Carter Won’t Chase an NBA Ring
    Carter, 41, is "90-something percent" sure to retire after next season. The post Vince Carter Won’t Chase an NBA Ring appeared first on SLAMonline....
  • • Vince Carter likely to retire after 2018-19 season
    The NBA’s oldest player recently reached a deal to continue his career for at least one more year, but Vince Carter says he’s “90-something percent” sure that the 2018-19 season with the Hawks will be his last in the NBA, as ESPN’s Ian Begley relays.Speaking on a conference call for the Jr. NBA World Championships, Carter explained on Thursday that...

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