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Even at the age of 41 Vince Carter can still throw it down effortlessly

Vince Carter is one the rare players from the 90's that is still active in the NBA. He is coming back for his 21st season, and this time we'll be able to see Carter play in an Atlanta Hawks jersey. This will be the eight team in his illustrious career and he is currently the oldest player in the NBA.

Carter will forever be remembered as one of the best dunkers in NBA history. He constantly brought crowds to their feet with his spectacular in-game dunks and of course, we'll never forget his slam dunk performance back in 2000.

During a preseason game against San Antonio Spurs, Vince Carter once again proved age is only a number when he casually did a 360 dunk during a warmup

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Even in his 40's, Vince makes these dunks look so effortless and this 360 dunk seems like a casual dunk. I guess it's about that time we stop being surprised at Carter's ability to throw down a vicious dunk.

Vince Carter started his career back in 1998 with the Toronto Raptors and played for New Jersey Netse, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Sunse, Dallas Mavse, Memphis Grizzliese and Sacramento Kingse.

This will probably be his last season in the NBA after which he will retire from the game of basketball.

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