Vince Carter News & Bio

Name:Vince Carter
Hometown:Daytona Beach, FL
High School:Mainland
Born:January 26, 1977 (42)
Height/Weight:6-6, 208
Pro Team:Atlanta Hawks (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 1995 McDonald's All-American
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Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC is going to the Sweet 16, Artificial Turf, and Ed Cota joins the Pod
North Carolina is heading to the Sweet 16, Kenan Stadium is getting artificial turf, Adam forgets his pants, who really is "simply the best", and...

Vince Carter, 42, hoping to play 22nd season
Atlanta Hawks forward Vince Carter, 42, said he wants to return for a 22nd NBA season if teams are interested in him this offseason. When...

The Path That Led UNC's Kenny Williams to a Unique College Experience
Kenny Williams grew up a huge Tar Heel fan, a team that featured players who went on to be NBA greats, like Michael Jordan, James...

Former Players Funding Carolina Basketball Endowment
Eric Montross, a star on UNC’s 1993 NCAA championship team who is an analyst on UNC men’s basketball radio broadcasts, has played a key role...

Vince Carter moves into 20th on NBA’s all-time scoring list
Vince Carter climbed up the NBA's all-time scoring list Monday during the Hawks game against the Heat. The eight-time All-Star is now 20th in scoring...

Vince Carter Continues To Learn In 21st Season In NBA
Vince Carter was making history by playing small forward at 42 years old. The four 42-year-old players who took to an NBA court before Carter...

Vince Carter paid tribute to Michael Jordan in a big way at 2003 NBA All-Star Game
Before the 2003 NBA All-Star game, former Toronto Raptor Vince Carter was faced with a tough decision: give Michael Jordan the start in his last...

Thank Vince Carter For Michael Jordan's Start In His Last All-Star Game
In 2003, Vince Carter made a grand gesture for the most heralded reserve player in All-Star history: Michael Jordan. Jordan was a member of the...

For Vince Carter it’s been 21 seasons...and counting?
This might not be the Vince Carter Farewell Tour after all. A summer of reflection will be the determinant. “That’s what the summer is for,”...

Vince Carter’s iconic 2000 Dunk Contest deserves a deep rewind
Many people point to 2000 as the best NBA Slam Dunk Contest ever: Vince Carter threw down some of the most memorable dunks ever, surpassing...

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