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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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  • Former Trail Blazers player, Longwood University star Jerome Kersey dies at 52

    Former Trail Blazers player, Longwood University star Jerome Kersey dies at 52
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jerome Kersey, the versatile small forward who helped the Portland Trail Blazers reach two NBA Finals and won a title with the San Antonio Spurs in 1999, died Wednesday. He was 52.
  • Blood clot killed former Trail Blazers player Jerome Kersey

    Blood clot killed former Trail Blazers player Jerome Kersey
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The state medical examiner says former Portland Trail Blazers player Jerome Kersey died from a blood clot that traveled from his left calf to his left lung. The announcement Thursday comes a day after Kersey died at 52. He had...

    Blazers grieve for Jerome Kersey; death linked to blood clot

    Terry Porter knew Jerome Kersey was special. There was, of course, the talent on the court, but also something more lasting: the "joy and his smile, the way he embraced life." Kersey died Wednesday night at 52. The state medical examiner said Thursday...

    Bianchi: Shame on Jesse Jackson for turning Little League cheating into a racial issue

     Bianchi: Shame on Jesse Jackson for turning Little League cheating into a racial issue
    Running off at the typewriter … Is there anything more distasteful in sports than when a bunch 12-year-old kids are tainted by the corruption of adults and the resulting political pandering of elected officials and the race-baiting of Jesse...

    From game innovations to civil rights, Smith's impact reaches far beyond UNC after his death

    Dean Smith accomplished so much on and off the court during his time as North Carolina's coach, leaving a lasting influence both on the game and the world around him. He preached the value of team play and turned the Tar Heels program into a family,...