For young Raptors, Vince Carter’s impact on the NBA still resonates
Sun Dec 1, 2019
On June 24, 1998 Vince Carter was selected by the Warriors with the fifth-overall pick and saw his draft rights get traded to the Raptors in exchange for Antawn Jamison, the fourth-overall pick in the draft. And thus began what, for the time being, will go down as the longest-tenured NBA career in history with Carter playing in his 22nd NBA season this year.
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