It’s hard to call a player who was an eight-time All-Star, two-time All-NBA and finishes his career near the top 20 in points “underappreciated,” but that’s what we have with Vince Carter. The 2020 season figures to be his last lacing up his shoes and tucking his jersey into his baggy shorts. He broke into the league in 1998 (well technically 1999 because of the lockout). That means there is a whole generation of fans – and collectors – that didn’t see peak Vinsanity. There’s no way they can appreciate it. And we can’t have that. So, fathers and mothers,…

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