The Greatest Dunk Ever: Vince Carter’s Olympic Slam Turns 14


Vince Carter’s dunk in the 2000 Olympics over 7’2″ center Frédéric Weis was spectacular. It’s been declared by some as the “greatest dunk ever” and rightfully so. I mean, how many other dunks get celebrated on a yearly basis?

Fourteen years ago today, Vince Carter jumped OVER the 7’2 French center at the 2000 Olympics and slammed down one of the sports most electrifying dunks.

If you don’t remember it, here’s a video.

It was Vinsanity! NBA fans have been rewatching the video today and sharing their reactions on Twitter.

Of course, this was just one of many show-stopping dunks from Vince Carter’s career. The man was a walking highlight reel. Check out some of his greatest dunks below.

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