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 Vince Carter is the NBA's last man standing from the 1990s. When Vince Carter took the floor for the Hawks on Saturday night against Indiana, the former All-Star made history not with one of his many, many highlights, but with a longevity that stretches across four different decades of NBA history. Michael Jordan was the reigning league MVP when Carter, another 6-foot-6 guard out of North Carolina, was taken fifth in the 1998 Draft. Tim Duncan had just won the Rookie of the Year award while leading the Spurs to the first of 22 consecutive playoff appearances (and counting). Shaq and Kobe were still two years away from their first championship. LeBron James was about to enter eighth grade. Luka Doncic was not yet born. Carter has worn an NBA jersey through -- and beyond -- all those events while becoming one of, if not the, best dunkers in NBA history. Eight All-Star appearances, two All-NBA honors, an Olympic gold medal and countless posters highlight his resumé. Known as "Air Canada", "Half-Man/Half-Amazing" or "Vinsanity" in Toronto and New Jersey, Carter began taking on a reserve and leadership role later in his career. Now, with more than 25,000 points to his name (20th all-time), Carter is making his final NBA lap. Having announced this season will be his last, Carter is chipping in a final on-court contribution to be claimed by the '90s. Luckily, there's plenty to remember him by, most of it well beyond half-amazing. Copyright © 2019 NBA Media Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Accessibility and Closed Caption | Terms of Use | AdChoices Do Not Sell My Personal Information is part of Turner Sports Digital, part of the Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. A Time Warner Company. Now Vince first to play in four different decades Hachimura (groin) out at least 2 more weeks Report: Love directs outburst towards Cavs GM Irving rehabbing shoulder, still may need surgery Wizards' Thomas fined $25K for making contact with official Clippers’ George sits out with tight hamstring Could the Bucks' strength also be a weakness? Suns' Kaminsky out indefinitely with right patella stress fracture Top 10 Plays | Jan. 3 Must-See: Davis crushes one-handed oop Must-See: Theis swats Young to save Celtics win Hawks' Collins exits game with back contusion Thomas ejected for contact with official Andre Drummond trade reports Pistons, Hawks reportedly discuss Drummond trade LeBron's underrated passing: 'He'll always find you' NBA things to know for Jan. 3 Kia MVP Ladder: Jan. 3 edition Players, refs to wear black bands in honor of Stern Gores on Pistons: 'We've got a lot of work to do'

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