Vince Carter signs with Sacramento Kings

40-year-old NBA player Vince Carter and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a one-year 8 million dollar deal. The 8x all-star and former NBA dunk contest champ (2000) was drafted 5th overall by the Toronto Raptors in the 1998 NBA draft.



He played for the Raptors for seven seasons before being traded and playing for the Nets, Magic, Phoenix Suns (one season), Dallas Mavericks, and Memphis Grizzlies.

Carter is currently the oldest player in the NBA and will be joining his former Memphis Grizzlies teammate, Zach Randolph, as Sacramento and Randolph have just agreed to an 2 year 24 million dollar deal.