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Vince Carter

A current member of the Orlando Magic. Carter was born in Daytona Beach and attended Mainland High School. He went on to play collegiate ball at the University of North Carolina, was drafted by the Golden State Warrios 5th overall in the 1998 NBA Draft and traded to the Toronto Raptors where he thrived and the term 'Vinsanity' was coined. In 2004 he was traded and played five seasons with the New Jersey Nets before coming to Orlando for the 2009-10 season. He also won the 2000 NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
A current member of the Orlando Magic. Carter was born in Daytona Beach and attended Mainland High School. He went on to play collegiate ball at the University of North Carolina, was drafted by the Golden State Warrios 5th overall in the 1998 NBA Draft and traded to the Toronto Raptors where he thrived and the term 'Vinsanity' was coined. In 2004 he was traded and played five seasons with the New Jersey Nets before coming to Orlando for the 2009-10 season. He also won the 2000 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. « Show less

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  • Lakers tied with Dallas at halftime, 48-48

     
    The Lakers lost a 14-point lead in the second quarter and were tied with the Dallas Mavericks, 48-48, at halftime Wednesday at American Airlines Center....
  • Kobe Bryant's performance at Dallas shows his need for more rest

     
    Kobe Bryant's performance against Dallas shows why he needs more rest...
  • Lakers assistant coaching candidate profile: John Kuester

     
    Below is the third post in a series looking at potential Lakers assistant coaches. We'll look at John Kuester, who, The Times' Broderick Turner recently reported, probably would be hired by new Lakers Coach Mike Brown for his staff should the Detroit...
  • Who would you be willing to give up to get Dwight Howard?

     
    Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard recently shared with NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper that he won't sign an extension with Orlando and will become a free agent next off-season no matter what. Sure, Howard added that he "wants to be in Orlando," but he...
  • Free agent profile: Earl Clark

     
    Earl Clark, Orlando Magic power forward Type of free agent: Unrestricted Positives: Clark wasn’t expected to do much when the Magic acquired him in a mid-December trade that included more important parts than him. That included Orlando trading Vince...
  • Question of the Day: Michael Jordan has made his choice for NBA MVP; who's yours?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. make their MVP selections following Michael Jordan saying Wednesday that Derrick Rose should receive the honor. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to leave a comment with your pick. Ira......
  • ‘Smear’ graffiti artist arrested

     
    A graffiti artist already being sued by the Los Angeles city attorney was arrested Wednesday on an alleged probation violation a day after sheriff's deputies searched his East Hollywood home and The Times published an article recounting his rise from........
  • Caught in the Web: Reactions to Lakers' 139-137 triple-overtime win over Phoenix

     
    Laker fans: Anything you have always wanted to ask Ron Artest? I will be talking to the all-star forward soon and we'll forward him your best questions. Feel free to leave questions on the comment threads below or at The Times' Lakers Facebook page....
  • Lakers Chat: Lakers vs. Suns

     
    Among the highlights from Phil Jackson's pre-game press conference On the Sun's makeup with Vince Carter and Marcin Gortat; Jackson calls Carter and Grant Hill the Suns' best post-up players. On managing Phoenix's pace: "We try not to get caught up in the...
  • NBA All-Star returns show Kobe Bryant with a firm lead; Pau Gasol & Lamar Odom competing for forward spot; Andrew Bynum uncertain about All-Star chances

     
    If the latest NBA All-Star returns mean anything, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will return to the starting lineup after missing last year's game because of a sprained left ankle, Pau Gasol and Lamar Odom will be fighting for a reserve spot and Andrew Bynum'...
  • Ron Artest's performance in Lakers' 99-95 victory over Phoenix Suns provides blueprint

     
    For what felt like an infinitely long three seconds, Lakers forward Ron Artest stood still at the nearside perimeter standing, holding the basketball. For what felt like an infinitely long three seconds, Phoenix's defense stood still and refused to...