If Vince Carter is bought out of his NBA contract with the Sacramento Kings before March 1, expect Carter to join an Eastern Conference contender - either the Boston Celtics or Toronto Raptors, per Matt Burke of Metro US.
The 41-year old and one of the best dunkers in the NBA could be on the move again
Rumors around the association that Sacramento Kings and Vince Carter maybe moving out in different directions and two teams have been on the lookout for a veteran contributor.
Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors are two of the top teams right now in the east while most of us would lean towards having Carter go back to Canada where it all began, Boston is an exciting prospect as well. Boston Celtics have been making small moves recently including signing Greg Monroe and they may not be done as they are trying to bulk of their roster in preparation for a potential tough playoffs series.
There is no better way, however than a comeback to Toronto Raptors as it could bring back memories when he was still in his prime and it is only fitting that he finishes his career in Canada.
Vince Carter has played 19 seasons in the NBA and has been averaging 5 points per game this year, his best year was the year 2000-2001 season where he averaged 27.6 points per game.