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You can’t spell Headband without NBA

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Throwback feat. Vince Carter

Song: AL PATRON “the distance”

SHORTCUTS out now via HW&W

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

Vince Carter can’t even give full effort during Photo Day. That, or he’s become Half Man, Half Dyslexic.
Seconds later, the camera flash went off and Carter fell to the ground grabbing his knee and yelling for a foul.
(AP Photo/LM Otero)

Vince Carter can’t even give full effort during Photo Day. That, or he’s become Half Man, Half Dyslexic.

Seconds later, the camera flash went off and Carter fell to the ground grabbing his knee and yelling for a foul.

(AP Photo/LM Otero)

Story Time With Jalen Rose: The Vince Carter Body Slam

(Source: Yahoo!)

- the bombs bursting in air -
@parker_myers

- the bombs bursting in air -

@parker_myers

High School

The Dallas Mavericks will stuff you inside a locker.

Dirk Nowitzki being a great human and using his powers for good.

(via The Grand Archives)

grantlehner:

gotemcoach:

Five of the Greatest Dunkers of All-Time…
…and if you’re rating them just on their ability to stuff it, Kobe’s the worst…
…by a mile.
Got ‘Em

By a kilometer

MJ always gets the middle

grantlehner:

gotemcoach:

Five of the Greatest Dunkers of All-Time…

…and if you’re rating them just on their ability to stuff it, Kobe’s the worst…

…by a mile.

Got ‘Em

By a kilometer

MJ always gets the middle

Dwyane Wade’s starting to develop Vince Carter Disease. He went down like he got shot! I love Vince, but he gets shot once a game.

Charles Barkley, with a double burn on Vince Carter and Dwyane Wade. Carter and Wade were too busy writhing on the ground nursing phantom injuries to respond.

(Sean Keane)

After 13 seasons in the NBA, Vince Carter has changed everything about himself.
He no longer wears the #15, now plays in the Western Conference, doesn’t dunk the ball and has completely given up on the concept of shaving.
It’s almost as if he has entered some kind of witness protection to hide him from the rather of Stan Van Gundy.
@Suga_Shane

After 13 seasons in the NBA, Vince Carter has changed everything about himself.

He no longer wears the #15, now plays in the Western Conference, doesn’t dunk the ball and has completely given up on the concept of shaving.

It’s almost as if he has entered some kind of witness protection to hide him from the rather of Stan Van Gundy.

@Suga_Shane

Just Vince Carter with an Ed Hardy shirt. Hate accordingly.

Just Vince Carter with an Ed Hardy shirt. Hate accordingly.

hotwingsandbeer:

Vince Carter’s homeless beard now has substance. He’s started begging for change while on the court.

hotwingsandbeer:

Vince Carter’s homeless beard now has substance. He’s started begging for change while on the court.

What if Dick Bavetta was assigned to referee Game Six of a series where Vince Carter’s team was trailing 3-2? On one side, you’ve got the NBA’s go-to official for extending a series. On the other side, you’ve got Vince Carter, the least reliable playoff performer of his era.
Bavetta would keep trying to call fouls, but Carter would keep taking outside shots, refusing to drive. When Bavetta did manage to blow a cheap whistle on Carter’s opponents, Vinsanity would use it as an excuse to fall down, grab his knee, and limp off to the locker room. Eventually the game would come down to Carter missing a fallaway three-pointer, followed by a bailout foul call from Bavetta, followed by Carter bricking the potential winning free throws. Followed by David Stern’s goons “disappearing” both of them after the game.
(Sean Keane)
(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

What if Dick Bavetta was assigned to referee Game Six of a series where Vince Carter’s team was trailing 3-2? On one side, you’ve got the NBA’s go-to official for extending a series. On the other side, you’ve got Vince Carter, the least reliable playoff performer of his era.

Bavetta would keep trying to call fouls, but Carter would keep taking outside shots, refusing to drive. When Bavetta did manage to blow a cheap whistle on Carter’s opponents, Vinsanity would use it as an excuse to fall down, grab his knee, and limp off to the locker room. Eventually the game would come down to Carter missing a fallaway three-pointer, followed by a bailout foul call from Bavetta, followed by Carter bricking the potential winning free throws. Followed by David Stern’s goons “disappearing” both of them after the game.

(Sean Keane)

(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Are the Hawks a legitimate contender in the East? Not until they prove they can stop Vince Carter from getting to the basket - twice! - in the last 75 seconds of a close game. Normally, all it takes to keep Vince out of the paint is a glare from the opposing big man, or if someone simply whispers “Hard foul” into his ear. Maybe Beardo Vince Carter is a different breed of Vinsanity, but it’s more likely that the Hawks are seriously short on interior toughness.
(SK)
(Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)

Are the Hawks a legitimate contender in the East? Not until they prove they can stop Vince Carter from getting to the basket - twice! - in the last 75 seconds of a close game. Normally, all it takes to keep Vince out of the paint is a glare from the opposing big man, or if someone simply whispers “Hard foul” into his ear. Maybe Beardo Vince Carter is a different breed of Vinsanity, but it’s more likely that the Hawks are seriously short on interior toughness.

(SK)

(Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)

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