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Vince Carter is a Hall of Famer, but is he a first-ballot guy?


For many, ’s enduring legacy will always be what he did for Canadian hoops. It’s undeniable that he helped establish basketball in Toronto and Canada more broadly thanks to his high-flying dunks and magnetic personality, and because he was able to help the Raptors taste their first bit of success. His play inspired an entire generation of Canadian athletes. (SportsNet.ca)

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