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How Vince Carter's 2000 NBA Dunk Contest Inspired a Generation of Dunkers


This weekend marks the 20-year anniversary of the night helped resurrect the NBA dunk contest. With a series of a show-stopping slams (Video), the Raptors star helped save the competition, taking center stage of an iconic moment. It was among the most memorable highlights in Carter’s career and changed the landscape of Canadian basketball. (Sports Illustrated)

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