Vince Carter and the Slam Dunk’s Day of Reckoning

Surprisingly, the game’s greatest dunker—and arguably the NBA’s most important player of the early ’00s—is still active. This season, Vincent Lamar Carter turns 41 years old. He has been in the NBA nearly as long as his youngest current teammate has been alive. The smile is still there, the one that sold shoes and filled posters and billboards across North America. (The Atlantic)

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