A sacred totem of the NBA as Vince Carter (41 years) will continue to play next season in the top American competition. According to Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN), the veteran player has committed to Atlanta Hawks for a season.
Free agent Vince Carter has agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks, league source tells ESPN. Hawks want Carter around its young locker room.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 25, 2018
Carter will sign for the veteran minimum (2.4 million) with the Georgia state franchise, which wanted an experienced player to act as a mentor for his young wardrobe; and that’s why they chose Vince Carter.
The former Toronto player, New Jersey, Memphis, Orlando, Dallas, and Sacramento spent the last year his 20th season in the NBA, playing almost 18 minutes per night and reaching 5.4 points (one triple per game) on average. Beyond his numerical contribution, Carter has become very well valued among the NBA franchises due to his knowledge of the game, experience, and possibilities to instruct young players who are starting in the competition. In Atlanta, Carter will play his 21st season as a professional.
— ESPN (@espn) July 25, 2018