Vince Carter can still fly

ALL BALL NERVE CENTERVince Carter is 38 years old, at age by which most athletes are slowing down and staying a little closer to the ground than they were earlier in their careers. But Vince has always been known as “Half Man, Half Amazing,” and maybe the amazing half is still there, even if Vince doesn’t show it off quite as often. Here’s a few pictures from a workout this summer at the P3 Sports Science facility in California, and proof that Vince can still get up, even when you compare him to some of his (much younger) contemporaries…

4 Comments

  1. ps673ps673 says:

    It’s not really how high he can jump once…its if he can keep doing it and how long it takes to recover after wards. Vince is the greatest dunker of all time, no question. I hope he has a great season. He deserves to be in the HOF and also go out as a champion. I hope he keeps working hard and helps Memphis get there.

  2. Legend says:

    Thanks for finally writing about > blog_title < Loved it!|

  3. Joe says:

    I don’t know why we keep making a big deal about athletes in their late 30s that are good or can do something great. It happens all the time. The list of players in their 30s doing amazing things is huge. It’s not a big deal simply because it happens so often. Let’s just enjoy each athlete for what he’s worth instead of talking about his age game after game, and year after year after year after year…

  4. jdub455 says:

    still love those vinsanity days in TOR!