One of the big profiles in the NBA the past two decades, on Thursday announced that he stops his career.
the Atlanta Hawks' Vince Carter says in his own podcast 'Winning It', according to the AFP, that he, with immediate effect, sets the career after 22 seasons in the NBA.
The now 43-year-old player was in 1998 elected as the fifth of all players in the annual draft, and he quickly became a popular player with the audience, due to its ability to deliver unique dunk.
- I am officially done playing basketball, " says Carter in the podcast.
He began his career with the Toronto Raptors, and after a debut named as 'Rookie of the Year' in the league. The title is awarded to the best førsteårsspiller in the NBA season.
he followed up with in 2000 to win the annual NBA Slam Dunk Contest with an impressive dunk, which gave him the nickname 'Air Canada'.
Vince Carter is an american, but played at the time for the canadian Toronto.
The most impressive dunk was his hallmark in the league, where he several times through his career, gave samples of his unique acrobatic abilities.
Especially, a canister of the UNITED states against France went around the world, as Carter jumped over a standing French player and dunkede the ball in the basket.
He ended his career with the Atlanta Hawks two seasons, where the last was interrupted by the coronapandemien. Atlanta had a disappointing 2019/2020 season prior to the interruption. That is why the team is not contending for the NBA title when the league restarts.
Carter reached through his many years in the NBA, also playing for the then New Jersey Nets, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies and Sacramento Kings.
It was never a NBA championship, but he was eight times (2000-2007) selected for the season allstarhold, and he won in the 2000 OLYMPIC gold with the UNITED states.
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