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Vince Carter? Slam Dunker, or Slam-Dunk Hall of Famer?

The other day I was reading an article about the “freakish” talent of one Tracy McGrady, and how, in the opinion of some, it actually worked to the detriment of his career. The argument was simple: The game simply came too easy to T-Mac. His crazy leaps and bird-like wingspan, and – as McGrady’s former coach Jeff Van Gundy stated – his terrifically high basketball IQ, made him so much better than his contemporaries, so much more physically gifted, that he was able to thrive in spite of his lackluster work ethic. In other words, there was little to no incentive to work on other parts of his game, the finer skills if you will, because in the end he could always fall back on his unfairly superior gifts from God. Thus, he never became the player that he could’ve been.

Okay. I can buy that. Sort of. But remember, the guy was still pretty freakin’ good. Apparently, Hall of Fame good. And that’s the part of the article that interested me most, as toward the end there was a reference to this thing called “Hall of Fame Probability Rankings.” Basically, all active players were assigned a Hall of Fame probability. Kobe Bryant was No 1. Shaq was No. 2. Duncan 3. Garnett 4. LeBron 5. McGrady, as it turns out, is sitting nicely at No. 11, right behind Chris Paul.

And who’s sitting directly in front of Chris Paul?

Dwight Howard?

Carmelo Anthony?

Steve Nash?

Nope. It’s Phoenix’s own Vince Carter, meaning Carter (who has recently been on a scoring tear for the Suns, although he netted only six points in their loss to the Nuggets on Thursday) is the eleventh-most likely active player to make th Hall of Fame, putting him well ahead of not only all the guys I just named, but also ahead of guys like Deron Williams, Tony Parker, and Amare Stoudemire. In fact, he’s ahead of a whole slew of legitimate ballers. And I’m wondering . . . what did I miss?

Apparently a lot. Apparently I’ve forgotten that Vince Carter has been one of the league’s premier scorers for a long time. But has he? Really? I’m not even going to take the time to look up his career statistics because I’m sure they’re fantastic. But that’s not the point. The point is perception. When I think of Vince Carter, I think of a guy like T-Mac, a guy with alien-like talent, a guy who authored the craziest slam-dunk-contest performance in the history of mankind. But I don’t think of him as a Hall of Fame player. At least not – pun half intended – a “slam-dunk” Hall of Famer.

Now, his statistics say I’m a total moron for saying that. But in baseball, guys are always saying that the most important criteria when evaluating a player’s Hall of Fame candidacy is your first instinct. Put another way, when someone says a name, do you immediately, absolutely immediately think Hall of Fame? For instance: Derek Jeter? Hall of Fame. Cal Ripken? Hall of Fame. Gary Sheffield? Eh … I’m not sure. Yeah, he had loads of ability, bat-speed that could break barriers, and his statistics, steroid-enhanced or otherwise, are seriously serious. But is he a Hall of Famer? Eh … I’m not sure.

And that’s where I’m at with Vince Carter. I’m just not sure. Maybe it’s because he played in Toronto all those years, suffering from the same borderline irrelevancy that most hockey players suffer from in America. Maybe it’s because his dunk-contest performance was so superhumanly unforgettable that I have been unable all these years to detach from it, to see him as an actual basketball superstar. I don’t know. But the eleventh-most likely active player to make the Hall of Fame? Ahead of Steve Nash?

If you say so.

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  1. Josh Lehmer Mar 11 20113:26 am

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    I highly doubt Vince makes it into the hall. The “HOF percentages” stuff is mostly looking at stats and accolades and whatnot, but there is definitely a human element to it as well. Remember, Dennis Rodman is not in the HOF, presumably because the voters don’t like his “attitude problems,” and he’s definitely a more worthy addition from a basketball standpoint than Vince. The voters all hate Vince and his attitude, and its not like his resume is so absolutely fantastic that they can’t deny him, so I doubt he gets in.

  2. Deeves Mar 11 20116:10 am

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    What people seem to miss out is that we’re talking about the Basketball Hall of Fame, NOT the NBA Hall of Fame !!! Vince won the Gold medal in Sidney 2000 and was MVP of that tournament. Add that to the 8 All Star appearances, Rookie of the Year, best dunker of all times, +20,000pts in his career…he is a HOFer. No doubt about it

  3. Boxy Mar 11 20119:15 am

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    ^^^what he said!

  4. LT Murray Mar 11 20114:48 pm

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    There is no way Vince Carter makes the hall of fame. He is a career loser. The nets picked him up after making 2 consecutive finals and never made it back. He will be remembered for missing some practice time to receive his degree and showed up right before game time with a chance to make it to the eastern conference finals when he was with the raptors. of course he missed every big shot he took. Orlando made the finals then picked up carter, only to get worse. He is finished. He is not a hall of famer. not even close

    1. Deeves Mar 11 20117:06 pm

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      The Nets were beaten by better teams when Carter was over there… Miami (twice) & Cleveland.
      Miami won the title in 2006 and Cleveland made it to the finals in 07… Carter seems to be the guy to blame every time one of his teams loses…
      You can’t blame the guy for that degree stuff… he was one shot from winning game 7 vs Philly, it wasn’t like he was a no show…. “Missed every big shot he took…” please!
      In Orlando, the series vs Boston were lost because of Rashard Lewis who failed to deliver. Carter had a couple of bad games but in no way these bad performances were the major cause of the Magic’s debacle…
      Once again, look at the numbers, the achievements (including the Olympics in 2000) and VC deserves his spot in the HOF.
      Every +20,000 career scorer in the NBA got in the Hall of Fame… and he ‘s the best dunker of all times…
      VC was the hope of the game of basketball in the early 2000. Even if he disappointed some times, you have to take all that into account.

      1. LT Murray Mar 12 20112:31 am

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        He has always been terrible defensively and I don’t recall him ever coming through in a big moment? Him dunking on Frederic Weis is one of the highlights of my life I must admit. I suppose I feel this way because I’ve always liked Carter and wanted him to be successful and he just never reached that level of a top 5 player in the league in my opinion. Tracy Mcgrady was much better at his peak. I just don’t know. I honestly don’t think he deserves it

  5. DB Apr 10 201110:04 am

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    Vince carter is a hall of famer no doubt about it. If any of you guys watched almost every game of his as a raptor then you wouldn’t disagree. You give him the ball he scores or makes a play for one of his teammates he is one of the most underrated passers for a 2 guard in the history of the game. What hurts him the most is all those years he played as a raptor if he was on any other team in his prime this would be the most ridiculous discussion ever. Imagine if he played for the clippers like Blake Griffin in the L A market. Trust me if you seen Carters first few years in the league you would agree…. If you don’t believe me get some game footage of carter in his prime it was amazing.. Ppl use to bring signs to the arena saying jordan who so if that doesn’t justify him I don’t no what does

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