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Vince Carter gets standing ovation in final Nets goodbye


played his last game in New York on Sunday. The ex-Net had eight points, three steals and two rebounds in 14 minutes 27 seconds, getting repeated ovations from the crowd. “It’s always great to receive a standing ovation coming into or checking out of the game. It’s always extra special when it’s a team I’ve played for before,” said Carter. (New York Post)

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