Over his 17-year career, Dallas Mavericks guard Vince Carter has given NBA fans some of the most memorable dunks in league history.
From 360 windmills to dunking while covering his eyes to throwing his arm through the rim and hanging from his elbow, "Vinsanity" has proven to be one of the best in-air performers the basketball world has ever seen.
And after Thursday night, you can also call him one of the trickiest.
In the closing seconds of the first half Thursday night against the Golden State Warriors, Carter fell to the floor with what appeared to be an injury.
Mavericks guard Darren Collison held the ball at the top of the key, in hopes that Carter would regain his composure.
But Carter rose, only slump back down at the bottom corner of the baseline, seemingly keeping himself out of the final play of the half.
With four seconds remaining, Collison started to drive to the basket then passed the ball to Elton Brand in the middle of the lane.
The Warriors were playing a 2-...