Vince Carter is the most elite basketball players of all time. His dunking style broke barriers in the NBA forever.
Carter was drafted in 1998, and the 42-year-old veteran played through the 2000s, the 2010s and now the 2020s as forward for the Atlanta Hawks.
The future Hall of Famer is also the first NBA player to play 22 seasons in the league. That’s a total of 1,510 total games and bagged 45,930 career minutes.
Vince has played with a total of 8 teams. Those teams includes; Toronto, New Jersey Orlando, Phoenix, Dallas, Memphis, Sacramento, and Atlanta.