HoopsHype Vince Carter rumors

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Time heals all wounds. Just ask Vince Carter. After years of being roundly booed upon returning to Air Canada Centre, the former Toronto Raptors superstar received a standing ovation during a video tribute highlighting his time above the border. According to Raps play-by-play announcer Matt Devlin, scattered jeers turned to widespread and standing cheers as the segment was shown. Carter, a Memphis Grizzlies reserve, was understandably emotional: Dime

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Carter appreciates that the Mavs didn’t pass on him at a time when his stock wasn’t high after disappointing stints in Orlando and Phoenix. “[Mark] Cuban believed in me in the beginning when I guess a lot of people felt like I was just done or couldn’t play anymore,” Carter said. “I just got better and better. A lot of guys think when you get to that age, how can you get better? But I think I got better. I fit with this team. I think it worked and coach made it work. I was just glad to be a part of it.” ESPN.com

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They convinced Carter to ink a three-year, $12.2 million deal that starts at roughly $3.9 million. The third year of Carter’s contract is partially guaranteed at $2 million. Memphis Commercial Appeal

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The Memphis Grizzlies signed free agent Vince Carter to a multi-year contract, the team announced today. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. NBA.com

The Memphis Grizzlies aren't going away anytime soon. Two weeks after the Grizzlies came to terms with forward Zach Randolph on an extension that will keep him on board through 2017, they added another capable veteran: Vince Carter. A person with knowledge of the situation confirmed that Carter will join the Grizzlies on a three-year, $12 million deal, with only $2 million guaranteed in the third year. The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because the deal had not yet been announced. USA Today Sports

A source told ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon that Carter informed the Mavs that he would return to Dallas for a two-year deal worth $8 million, but the Mavs could only offer that if the Rockets exercised their right to match the offer to Parsons. Memphis no longer wanted to wait on its own free agent, Mike Miller, who has as strong interest in joining LeBron James with Cleveland, sources said. Yahoo! Sports

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