- New Jersey Nets 1998 - present
Vince Carter plays in the position of Guard-Forward. He has a weight of 215 lbs and height of 6 feet 7 inches. His jersey number in the NBA (National Basketball Association) has been 15. He played for Toronto Raptors from the 1998-99 season to the 2003-04 season. He was partly with Toronto Raptors and partly with New Jersey Nets during the 2004-05 season. He was a member of New Jersey Nets from the 2005-06 season to the 2008-09 season.
The alma mater of Vince Carter was Daytona Beach Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Florida. When he finished his schooling, he attended the University of North Carolina. During the 1998 NBA draft, he was chosen by Golden State Warriors in the 1st round. He was the 5th pick and overall 5th pick. In the playoffs, his free throw percentage was 0.780, 3-point field goal percentage was 0.332 and field goal percentage was 0.418. He piled up 1086 points, 289 rebounds, 13 personal fouls and 220 assists.
During the 717 games Vince Carter played in the NBA, he played for 27065 minutes. His field goal percentage was 0.448 as there were 6240 field goals and 13923 field goal attempts. He made 2867 3-point field goal attempts out of which there were 1078 3-point field goals and the associated 3-point field goal percentage was 0.376. The aggregate of free throw attempts was 4389 and the aggregate of free throws was 3480 and thus the free throw percentage was 0.793. His cumulative record was as follows – 2174 personal fouls, 3926 rebounds, 3038 assists and 17038 points.
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