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The NBA announced Friday that Vince Carter has been suspended one game for elbowing Steven Adam’s during the third quarter of Dallas’ game against the Thunder Wednesday.
The Mavs forward received a Flagrant 2 foul for the offense and was ejected from the game.
This is the first time Vince Carter has been suspended in his 1,072-game career.
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Vince Carter exited Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the third quarter after delivering a vicious elbow to the fact of Steven Adams.Apparently, the Dallas Mavericks veteran had decided enough was enough as far as getting pushed around by the Thunder rookie, and decided to make matters into his own hands, or should we say his own elbow? He was subsequently...
Dallas Mavericks guard Vince Carter was ejected from Wednesday night's game for throwing an elbow at Oklahoma City Thunder rookie center Steven Adams.
It happened in the third quarter as Adams had the ball near the basket and Carter was defending him. Adams turned to pass the ball to a teammate and accidentally hit Carter in the side of the head with his elbow. After Carter...
Vince Carter has been given a one-game suspension for throwing an elbow at Steven Adams on Wednesday. Carter will miss Friday’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Carter, 36, has appeared in five games this season averaging 9.2 PPG, 2.4 RPG and 2 APG.
Vince Carter has been suspended one game for elbow to the head of Oklahoma City's Steven Adams.
Vince Carter was ejected during the third quarter of Dallas’ game against the Thunder Wednesday after committing a Flagrant 2 foul on OKC’s Steven Adams. Carter elbowed the Thunder rookie center in the head after they got tangled up fighting for a rebound.
Carter left the game with 0 points (0-4 FG), 2 assists and 1 rebound in 14 minutes.
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Vince Carter got tossed from last night’s Mavericks-Thunder game after delivering an elbow to the face of Oklahoma City rookie Steven Adams in the third quarter. Adams appeared to commit an offensive foul when he elbowed Carter in the low post, but the officials never blew the whistle. The play continued on and Carter decided to take justice into his own hands and deliver a retaliation...
Vince Carter is 36 years old. The days of high-flying Vincanity are long behind us, but Vince has occasionally proven to still have a little game left in him as he currently comes off the bench for the Dallas Mavericks. Last night, however, was not an example of that.
Vince found himself matched up with Kevin Durant during his time on the court and on one play in particular Durant...
Kevin Durant crossed up Vince Carter into retirement! During the first quarter of Oklahoma City Thunder‘s game against the Dallas Mavericks, Vince Carter was the recipient of a nasty crossover by Kevin Durant. Carter may want to check his ankles after being shook that bad by KD. The 36-year-old Vince Carter may not want to be isolated anymore at the top of the key against Durant...
Vince Carter will get a one game vacation for not keeping his elbows in check.
Darnell Mayberry is reporting that the NBA has suspended Carter one game for a flagrant elbow thrown at Thunder guard Steven Adams.
Mavericks guard Vince Carter has been suspended one game for elbowing Steven Adams on Wednesday night.
— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) November 8, 2013
Vince Carter has been suspended one game by the NBA for his elbow to the head of Steven Adams.
Carter will miss the Dallas Mavericks' game on Friday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Half-Man, Half-Amazing looked more like One-Quarter-Man, Three-Quarters-Retired on this nasty crossover by Kevin Durant.
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When Mavericks' Vince Carter isn't losing his cool and elbowing an NBA rookie, he is getting his ankles broken by Thunder's Kevin Durant.
The carnage took place in the first quarter of the recent Thunder-Mavs game but you got to imagine what 36-year old Carter was thinking being caught one-one-one with one of the league's top-scorer.
Check out the wreckage to...
Ever wonder what makes Oklahoma City Thunder perennial All-Star Kevin Durant so difficult to guard and annually a threat to lead the NBA in scoring? It’s Durant’s ability to execute moves like this nasty crossover he put on Vince Carter Wednesday night:
That was just filthy. It’s not fair for a guy...
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