Vince Carter is 40 years old, and you wouldn’t know that by the plays he made against the San Antonio Spurs tonight in Memphis.

Carter gave us flashbacks of the hops that made him the NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion in 2000 (yes, that was 17 years ago).  Okay, so he’s probably not jumping that well, but it’s still crazy at his age that he can make plays like this:

Two awesome blocked shots on one possession, and four blocks in the game. It’s Carter’s first four-block game since April of 2009 with the New Jersey Nets.

This comes after Carter had a 360 layup vs the Toronto Raptors just two weeks ago.

Carter also chipped in seven points and six rebounds against the Spurs, as the Grizzlies got an impressive 89-74 victory.


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