Vince Carter says 5-year-old son is 'ready to sign up' for UNC after recent visit

UNC legend says his 5-year-old son, Jr., is "ready to sign up for the team" after a visit to Chapel Hill for UNC's matchup with Duke on March 4. Carter and his son were courtside before the game when a Tar Heels staffer brought Carter Jr. onto the court to shoot a basketball, leading to a touching moment for the future Hall of Famer. (247 Sports)

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