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Happy 20th anniversary to Vince Carter putting Frédéric Weis on poster at 2000 Olympics


An all-time dunk in basketball history turned 20 Friday. On Sept. 25, 2000, flew. It was during the preliminary round of the 2000 Olympics in Sydney — later in the year than normal Summer Games to account for seasons in the Southern hemisphere — that Carter, playing on his first U.S. squad, intercepted a pass against France in the backcourt. (USA Today)

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Happy 20th anniversary to Vince Carter putting Frédéric Weis on poster at 2000 Olympics


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