Published: Fri, May 03, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Vince Carter says he will return for his record 22nd National Basketball Association season

Vince Carter says he will return for his record 22nd National Basketball Association season

"I'm coming back", said Carter to his teammate Kent Bazemore on their Winging It podcast.

While on the "Wingin It" podcast, Carter was asked if he was coming back, and responded by saying "I'm coming back".

The former Washington Wizards star took to Instagram and nasically called Carter out for taking the spot of a young player who won't get to realize his National Basketball Association dream because he keeps coming back. "We'll see what happens". The 21-year National Basketball Association veteran signed a one-year contract with the Atlanta Hawks in July 2018, saying he was "90-something percent" sure that the 2018-19 season would be his last one. However, there is no guarantee that the Hawks will keep the 42-year-old future Hall of Fame guard on their roster.

Jamison went on to play for 16 years in the league before retiring in 2013-14, but his career pales in comparison to Carter's.

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There will be other National Basketball Association options for Carter to play if he allows it.

National Basketball Association legend Vince Carter has played so many National Basketball Association seasons, his career scoring average has dropped to 17.2 points per game.

Carter now shares the record of 21 seasons with Robert Parish, Kevin Willis, Kevin Garnett and the recently retired Dirk Nowitzki. He averaged 7.7 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 1.1 assists in 17.5 minutes.

Carter is an eight-time All-Star. Imagine Carter returning to where his career began.

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