December 30, 2017, 1:00 pm
Arguably the best dunker in NBA history, Vince Carter is currently the oldest player in the league at 40 years old. He is not fantasy relevant anymore but turned back the clock on Wednesday versus the Cavs with 24 points, four triples, five rebounds, one steal and one block. According to the Los Angeles Times, he became the first 40-year old reserve to score at least 20 points in a game. He followed that up a DNP-CD on Friday. He recently revealed that he chose the Kings over the Warriors because of his love for the game and because he wanted an opportunity to play rather than ride the bench to get an easy ring. Things may not have gone as intended for Carter as he is only playing 14.6 minutes per game for the Kings this year.