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October 24, 2020

Vince Carter grateful for his career run

The NBA suspended indefinitely due to coronavirus disease which two Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert and Emmanuel Mundiay tested positive. While another team’s like the Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks still playing when the report came out. Lloyd Pierce’s coach of Atlanta calls Vince Carter to get in with less than a minute remaining in overtime. Then he made a three in which fans and teammates had to fun from it.

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Such a weird night but I am truly thankful for each and every person during this 22yr journey. If this is really it, I thank everyone for your love and support for all these years. B E Z as Carter said via Twitter.

Vince Carter started his playing career with the Toronto Raptors in 1999. Then he became a slam-dunk champion in the All-Star game. One of the famous he made is in 2002 called a dunk of death against Frederick Weiss of France. Carter has been a top highlight at ESPN NBA back on his days. He led the Toronto Raptors in 2001 in Eastern Conference Finals showdown against Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia Eagles 76ers in which the Sixers advance in seven games.

Later on his career, Carter traded to the New Jersey Nets to form an electrifying duo with Jason Kidd which fun to watch. Carter also a member of the Orlando Magic in 2010, then a Phoenix Suns two years later.

Then he becomes a journeyman later in his career. Played with the Mavericks and got a good run in 2014 playoffs against the Spurs. He also played with the Memphis Grizzlies, Sacramento Kings, and his final two seasons with the Atlanta Hawks.

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