Vince Carter officially bid farewell after 22 seasons
The future Hall of Fame member Vince Carter officially retired from the NBA on Thursday, calling him a career after 22 seasons in the professional league.
Carter retired at an age of 43,728 points, at the age of 43, ranking 19th in league history.
Carter was selected to the All-Star eight times and the NBA twice, and was the gold medalist of the 2000 Olympic Games.
His grabbing performance in the 2000 NBA Slam Dunk Contest gained worldwide attention.
On Thursday, when he spoke on Ringer’s “Dance with Winnce Carter” podcast, he officially called it a profession.
Carter said in the “Winging It” podcast: “For me, this is a cool situation, because I joined the league in the shortened season, but withdrew from the league in the shortened season.”
“So for me, this is just a unique situation.”
Thanks Vince ❤️
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-Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) June 25, 2020
At a completely different turn, Carter started his career, consolidated his position as one of the (even not the greatest) game dunks, and left the game with a final three-pointer.
As his career deepened, he became a reliable three-point shooter, making the game a total of 2290 points to become the sixth three-pointer in history.
Carter’s career began with the Raptors in the 1998-99 season and played for eight teams during his career.
This post is written by Wentreal Holland