Vince Carter might’ve taken the last shot of his career and it was a good one.
In an NBA season that could be suspended or ended due to the Coronavirus, future Hall of Famer, Vince Carter, 43, had previously announced that the 2019-2020 season would be his last.
If the NBA decides to end their season, the man known as “Vinsanity” now a member of the Atlanta Hawks, ended his career by hitting a late 3 in a 136-131 loss to the New York Knicks.
Carter was almost brought to tears reflecting on what could be his last NBA game after 22 seasons:
“I’m appreciative… it’s cool… the game’s been good.”
Carter will finish his career as an 8x NBA All-Star, Rookie Of The Year (98-99) and arguably the greatest dunker of all time. He will mostly be remembered for his Slam Dunk championship in 2000 and “The Dunk of Death” when he cleared over 7’2 Fredric Weis in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Vince didn’t deserve to go out due to a shortened NBA season, but if this is it, all we can say is thanks for all the memories and congrats on a remarkable career.