Carters death button background board: we should be invited to all star to repeat the classic

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 Carters death button background board: we should be invited to all star to repeat the classic


Recently, Frederick Weiss, a French professional who has retired for 8 years, opened his NBA account on social network and said, why dont you invite me and Vince Carter to the dunk contest and repeat the classic of 2000 Olympic Games?

Wes is no one else. He was the 2.18-meter-tall center who was dunked by Carter in the 2000 U.S. - France game.

That dunk has been recognized as the classic of the times by the basketball circle, and the French media called it the button of death. Wes also became famous and became one of the most classic background boards in history. Later, he also said in an interview: its right for (Carter) to be remembered by history. Unfortunately, Im also in the video. At that moment I knew that man could fly. Wess own personal experience is more bumpy. He was diagnosed with autism from infancy, then depression, and began drinking alcohol. In 2008, he once took sleeping pills to commit suicide. But now his life has returned to normal. He quit drinking completely and made up with his wife. After retiring, he runs tobacco shops and bars with his wife and serves as commentator for the French professional league. Source: Netease sports Author: Kewell editor in charge: Li Xueer, Niu nb13040

That dunk has been recognized as the classic of the times by the basketball circle, and the French media called it the button of death. Wes also became famous and became one of the most classic background boards in history.

Later, he also said in an interview: its right for (Carter) to be remembered by history. Unfortunately, Im also in the video. At that moment I knew that man could fly.

Wess own personal experience is more bumpy. He was diagnosed with autism from infancy, then depression, and began drinking alcohol. In 2008, he once took sleeping pills to commit suicide. But now his life has returned to normal. He quit drinking completely and made up with his wife. After retiring, he runs tobacco shops and bars with his wife and serves as commentator for the French professional league.