Vince Carter 'officially done' after 22 years in NBA


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Arguably might have been the greatest dunker ever in his early years. His dunk in the 2000 Olympics against France where he cleared a guy that was 7'2 has to be the most impressive in-game dunk ever.


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Doug Gottleib had him as the top dunker of "star" players. Hard to argue with that. I give Carter alot of credit. Alot of players, especially NBA players have a difficult time accepting lesser roles as they decline. Case in point, Allen Iverson. He simply could come off the bench, and he wasn't a starting player anymore. I think he needed the money, but his ego would not allow him to be a bench player. Carter graciously moved to the bench and even in the last few years, he was only playing 10 minutes a game.