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Vince Carter passed Adrian Dantley in scoring - Vince Carter (G/F) Dallas Mavericks

Vince Carter hit just 4-of-13 shots for 10 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals on Saturday, but it was enough for him to pass Adrian Dantley for 25th place on the all-time scoring list.

Carter now No. 25 on all-time scoring list

DALLAS -- A friendly face joined Dirk Nowitzki among the top 25 scorers in NBA history. Dallas Mavericks teammate Vince Carter passed Adrian Dantley on a 3-pointer with 9:23 remaining in the second quarter of Saturday night’s game against the Phoenix Suns. That gave Carter 23,179 points in his 16-year career. Nowitzki cracked the top 10 all time in Tuesday’s win over the Utah Jazz, passing Oscar Robertson. Kobe Bryant, Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Tim Duncan and Ray Allen are the only active players with more points than Carter.

Vince Carter passes a legend, and washes a bad taste from his mouth

Vince Carter passed one of the NBA’s greats on the all-time scoring list Sunday evening. That it came after one of Carter’s worst NBA performances was poetic. The Dallas Mavericks owed Carter big time after he canned a couple of …

Vince Carter bounces back, passes Elgin Baylor

SACRAMENTO -- Passing Elgin Baylor on the NBA’s all-time scoring list wasn’t even the last thing on Vince Carter’s mind when he arrived at Sleep Train Arena on Sunday afternoon. That’s because Carter, who has 23,152 points after scoring 17 in the Dallas Mavericks’ 93-91 win over the Sacramento Kings, wasn’t even aware that it was a possibility. “They don’t tell me these things,” said Carter, who bumped Baylor down a spot and moved to 26th on the list with the go-ahead 3-pointer with 4:54 remaining.

Carter recalls Final Four experiences

DALLAS -– Vince Carter described his two appearances in the Final Four as “not good ones.’’ As Carter said: “We lost to Mike Bibby (and Arizona in the 1997 championship game) the first time and we lost to Andre Miller...

Vince Carter’s night coincides with good news from management

A week ago, Vince Carter said he thought he’d earned the right to return to the Dallas Mavericks next season. His contract ends when this season is over, but he truly wants to re-sign here. “The feeling is absolutely mutual,” …

Mavs promote Carter for Sixth Man of Year

DALLAS -- The T-shirts passed out to the 15,000 fans Tuesday night at the American Airlines Center will promote Vince Carter for the Sixth Man of the Year honor. Carter is certainly deserving of consideration, but he probably ranks behind the Clippers’ Jamal Crawford, Bulls’ Taj Gibson and Suns’ Markieff Morris among worthy candidates. It’s still appropriate for the Mavs to have “Vince Carter Night,” as much to recognize his contributions over the last three seasons as to promote the 37-year-old for an award.
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Vince Carter wants to stay a Dallas Maverick after this offseason

Vince Carter wants to stay a Dallas Maverick after this offseason

The 37-year-old swingman is a free agent this off-season after three years with the Mavericks. Should he return to Dallas next season? Somehow or another, Vince Carter has become a part of the Sixth Man of the Year discussion. Though he started off the season looking every one of his many years, Carter has rounded into form, posting averages of 12 points, 2.1 assists and 3.6 assists while shooting 39% from three in just under 25 minutes per game. He's also on the last year of his contract. Carter told the Dallas Morning News Saturday that he believes he's earned another contract in Dallas...

Four in the morning: Mavericks’ lack of staying power dents their playoff standing

Here’s our four thoughts about the Mavericks’ 109-103 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night at American Airlines Center. Shriveling up: The Mavericks were shooting over 50 percent from the field (36-of-69) when Vince Carter hit a shot …

Vince Carter Talks Jason Kidd, Nets

DALLAS — No matter how bad things have gotten for the Nets, no matter how good things are getting, one thing never seems to change: the blank expression on Jason Kidd’s face. Vince Carter became familiar with Kidd’s flat-line demeanor …

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