He may have won the event 16 years ago, but Memphis Grizzlies guard Vince Carter said it's still possible for him to compete in the Slam Dunk Contest next year during the All-Star Weekend.
The contest in 2000 is considered one of the best in NBA history. A young and much-hyped Carter agreed to compete against six other participants, including his cousin, Tracy McGrady, and another high-flyer, Steve Francis. But Vinsanity stole the show with never before seen dunks with perfect execution which got the crowd on their feet.
Even at 39-years-old now and losing a lot of his hops, the North Carolina product can still make a windmill dunk look easy.
It will be very interesting if he decides to join the contest in February and how competitive he will be against defending-champion Zach LaVine and last year's runner-up Aaron Gordon.