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    Can you believe Carter used to be this explosive?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMe8A...feature=relmfu

    It's hard to think about or imagine now because he's so broken down in Dallas, but wow, reminscing and looking back on that, I think he may have had more athleticism at his absolute prime than LeBron now.

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    greatest dunker ever.

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    Yeah age happens...


    Smoke 'em if you've got 'em

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    It's painful, sometimes. From "Half-Man, Half-Amazing" to "99% Man, 1% Amazing" now. But still we'll always have highlights of the 2000 Slam Dunk Contest, back when it was, you know, good.

    Population: Bears

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    Yeah age happens...
    Yup.

    V.C was a freak, greatest dunker of all time as far as I'm concerned.
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    He had no heart, he could of been up there with Kobe Lebron...he just didnt want it bad enough, decent dunker :P

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    Watching this just makes me sad #heartbrokenraptorfan

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    I doubt we'll ever see anything like him ever again..plus unlike Gerald Green..he's actually one of the best players of all time (Top 100)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyfromNeptune View Post
    I doubt we'll ever see anything like him ever again..plus unlike Gerald Green..he's actually one of the best players of all time (Top 100)
    That's a pretty big thing to doubt. How can people ever say things like that. Oh yea you can predict the future eh?

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    that arm-fully-extended windmill is just so elegant and harmonious, he was not raw athleticism as in Blake Griffin, He was purely smooth and creative. unique style, never seen one quiet like him before, and highly doubt I'll see that again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spreadeagle View Post
    He had no heart, he could of been up there with Kobe Lebron...he just didnt want it bad enough, decent dunker :P
    Really? Do you know the man? Do you know what is going through his head? Are you a sports psychologist?

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    One of my favorite players ever. Nice to watch throwback video's and bring yourself back a little..
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    ~ Oscar Taveras ~ The next Phenom

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    2000 twas a good year. Ya it's sad to watch these vids at the moment.

    and yea he was just as athletic and explosive as lebron. More artistic and smooth tho which makes his dunks so jaw dropping.


    [I]Originally Posted by mightybosstone:

    I would argue that Harden is a much better player offensively today than Kobe was in those years he played with Shaq...
    Howard is also a better defensive center today than Shaq ever was.

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    makes me wonder how Kobe was able to maintain his 'greatness' all of these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityofChaos View Post
    makes me wonder how Kobe was able to maintain his 'greatness' all of these years.
    kobe wasnt special back down. he got bettter overtime and worked in the gym

    vince carter dunks is a work of art
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    Westbrook is like a younger version of A.I. mixed w/ 23 yr. old Kobe.
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