Vince Carter Documentary Coming to Toronto International Film Festival
While Vince Carter left the Toronto Raptors organization on bad terms, that probably still leaves a sour taste in the mouth of many fans, there is no question the impact he has had on basketball in the entire country.
That being said, a Vince Carter documentary is coming to the big screen and was added to the Toronto International Film Festival line-up. Produced by Sean Menard, ‘The Carter Effect’ will be a hot ticket at the massive Toronto event.
A documentary which highlight’s the ups and downs of Carter’s six year tenure in Toronto, Raptors fans will be able to relive ‘Vinsanity’ at its finest and darkest moments.
In Carter’s six seasons with the franchise, the transcendent star averaged 23.4-points and 5.2-rebounds per game, cracking five NBA All-Star teams and etching his name into NBA history with the greatest Slam Dunk performance of all time.
The 40-year old is set to enter his 20th NBA season after signing with the Sacramento Kings earlier this offseason.