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Vince Carter
Vince Carter
Position: F-G
Born: 01/26/77
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:225 lbs. / 102.1 kg.
“The Carter Effect” will premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival and is UNINTERRUPTED’s second documentary directed by Sean Menard and is Executive Produced by: LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Drake and Adel Future Nur. In addition to eight-time NBA All-Star, Vince Carter, the film features: Toronto native and rapper, Drake, eight-time NBA All-Star and Canadian Steve Nash, former Toronto Raptors’ player, Charles Oakley, Toronto native and current Cleveland Cavaliers’ player, Tristan Thompson, former NBA commissioner David Stern, among many others.
Another of those new torch bearers is former Maverick wing Vince Carter. Now on the Grizzlies, Carter is back in Dallas to play the Mavs on Friday night. Before the contest, Carter shared what he thinks makes his former teammate Nowitzki as special as he is 19 years into his NBA career. “He’s old like me and can score,” Carter said dryly before getting serious. “He’s a great guy. Puts the team first regardless of what he’s accomplished. I think that’s pretty darn special for a guy of his caliber in this league’s history. But it’s all about winning. He’ll get his in the confines of what they do. It’s been fun knowing him all these years and playing with him.”
After traveling to China to participate in clinics last year, Cauley-Stein made his return to the country following a brief trip to Vietnam earlier this summer. Alongside Carter, WCS was invited to Yao Ming’s annual charity game over the weekend in an effort to raise money for the Hall-of-Famer’s longtime charity. Yao started the fund in 2008 after a massive earthquake struck the Sichuan Province in southwestern China hoping to support sports and education in the region.
Former NBA All-Star Antawn Jamison was playing a round recently at The Golf Club at Ballantyne with longtime friend and college teammate Vince Carter. “I don’t understand how he does it,” Jamison said of Carter, 40, who is preparing for his 20th NBA season. “He can barely bend over to read his putts. To see him still be Vince Carter, and enjoying it. …He still brings something to the game.”
The Kings have struggled to land quality free agents for years. But sources said Perry, who has a strong relationship with agents and players, played a pivotal role in the signing of veteran forward Vince Carter, veteran forward-center Zach Randolph and point guard George Hill, who started for the Utah Jazz last season. Suddenly, the Kings aren’t a laughingstock anymore and appear to be finally in the right direction, with Perry getting much of the credit nationally.
Storyline: Knicks Front Office