Vince Carter’s Still Got It – Schools Youngins At Orlando Pro Am
Vince Carter was a top player in his era. A gifted highflying guard, Carter was able to get buckets in variety of ways, including driving to the hoop, finishing over big men and making three-pointers. He stood out as an All-Star and remained a good role player in the latter part of his career, due to reinventing himself.
Vince Carter’s NBA journey lasted 22 seasons, highlighting his insane longevity. During that period, he won the Rookie of the Year, got picked as an All-Star eight times, was chosen for the All-NBA team twice, and scored more than 25,000 points in his career.
While it’s been almost four years since Carter played his final NBA game in Atlanta, he’s apparently still got it. Air Canada could be seen hooping at the Orlando Pro Am, and while his competition was a lot younger than himself, he still was able to school everyone. He can still get up…