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Name:Vince Carter
Hometown:Daytona Beach, FL
High School:Mainland
Born:January 26, 1977 (43)
Height/Weight:6-6, 208
Position:Forward
Pro Team:Atlanta Hawks (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 1995 McDonald's All-American
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Vince Carter on Giving 2003 All-Star Spot to Michael Jordan: 'I Ain't No Fool'
NBA veteran Vince Carter has accumulated plenty of stories throughout his long and successful career, but one of the best ones is when he gave...

Video: Carolina Insider Live! May 28, 2020
Dre' Bly and Sean May tell Adam Lucas and Jones Angell how playing for Mack Brown and Roy Williams got them interested in coaching and...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Billy Cunningham, Women's Soccer Roundtable, and More
UNC Basketball great and Hall of Famer Billy Cunningham discusses his time at UNC, how he got the nickname "The Kangaroo Kid", and more. Next,...

Video: Vince Carter looks back on his NBA career
Vince Carter looks back on his long and special NBA career including his infamous dunk contest win, playing with Jason Kidd and the Nets, and...

Vince Carter speaks out on controversial decision to attend UNC graduation during 2001 NBA Playoffs
Nearly two decades later, Vince Carter says he wouldn't change a thing about his decision to attend his graduation ceremony at UNC on the morning...

Video: Vince Carter Speaks With T.I. About His Legendary NBA Career
Vince Carter joins Tip "T.I." Harris in this special podcast episode to discuss his legendary NBA career and being the only player to play in...

Trae Young on Vince Carter's Impact on Young Hawks Players: 'We Call Him Yoda'
As a young player in the NBA, Trae Young has turned to Vince Carter for guidance during their two seasons as teammates with the Atlanta...

Vince Carter Reflects On Final NBA Season
With the NBA on lockdown, there is an increasing likelihood that Vince Carter has played his final NBA minute. Carter, 43, announced his retirement last...

Video: Vince Carter shares his Michael Jordan memories
Vince Carter appreciates the opportunities he had to play in the NBA against fellow Tar Heel Michael Jordan while admiring his greatness...

Vince Carter’s Historic 22-Season Career By The Numbers
Vince Carter played 22 seasons for eight different teams and scored 25,728 points. This year he passed Alex English to become the 19th highest scorer...


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