Vince Carter shows Robin Lopez that he still has his world famous hops by throwing a hammer dunk on him like it was the year 2000.
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Perfect timing VC.
Artist Brian Bowens captures Vince Carter being “half man, half amazing” at the 2000 Dunk Contest in Oakland.
Who rules all of basketball in the Big D?
The Harlem Shake is sweeping / shaking the nation. That’s okay cause Vince Carter, Dirk Nowitzki and the rest of the Mavericks are down with it too. I’m still giving University of Western the slight edge for best Harlem Shake […]
Cagey Vince Cater plays the “I’m so hurt I can barely move so I’ll pretend to be wincing in the corner so you’ll forget me until you totally do then I’ll sneak back into the play for a super nasty hammer dunk, like I […]
How did Vince Carter go from a kid growing up in Daytona Beach, Florida to the Rookie of the Year, face of basketball in Canada and maybe the most dominating dunker of his generation? It’s nice to imagine that maybe it […]
Vince Carter throws one down on Kawhi Leonard with is left hand cause he might be the best dunker that ever lived.
“If (Toronto) gave me the opportunity, I don’t even think I’d let them finish the question. Yes. I’m in,” Carter said, speaking on Cybulski and Company. “Could I see it? Absolutely,” Carter continued. “I’d leave that up to the franchise. […]
Those were the days huh Toronto? Even thought the ghost of Air Canada still haunts the Big Smoke. It dosen’t mean you can’t enjoy some VC art by my main man Wang Tao, who was inspired to create this piece […]
Vince Cater must have been listening to some Kardinal Offishall before the game cause this was a Toronto dunk for sure. Notice the backward direction of Kevin Durant who didn’t want a part of this Vinsanity flashback.
There was a time when Vince Carter would have made this play the dunk of the night. Of course, there was also a time when he would have made the lay up too.
Rare when it happens, but great when it does these day. Vince Carter drives baseline for the up and under dunk like he was 10 years younger playing in the shadow of the CN Tower and had easy access to […]
I don’t know what this guy did with the new Vince Carter, but I certainly don’t mind watching the old one taking flight like old times.