Vince Carter who is 40 years old and a well-respected veteran around the NBA was involved in an interview on Wednesday during "The Jump" on ESPN. Carter indicated that he would be willing to join a championship contender for less money next season.

Vince Carter had a lot to say

"I'm interested in it. I need to win when I play, I need to do, fairly, what Kevin Durant did. I need to accomplish for my group. I need to go out there and play and give and demonstrate that I can, in any case, play this amusement." he said.

According to NBC Sports Bay Zone's Drew Shiller, he additionally added to this announcement "I'm quite recently not one to only go to a group and ride the coattails.

You can state how old I am, whatever, whatever. I demonstrated that I could, in any case, play in this alliance. I would prefer not to sit on the seat and be a team promoter. ... I need to contribute."

Carter is still a productive player in today's NBA

Despite being 40 years, Vince Carter still managed to provide some productive minutes for the Memphis Grizzlies off the bench. During 24.6 minutes per game, he posted number averages of 8 points per game and 3.1 rebounds per game during the 2016-17 season. While Carter is no longer the same athlete and entertainer, he was in his prime, he has renovated his game, becoming a great role player in the league and becoming a better three point shooter.

During the 2016-17 season, Carter managed to convert on 38.7 percent of his three-point attempts. His locker room influence and leadership ability will make him welcome to any championship contenders would value on their team, and despite his old age, he can still be a productive player.

During the 2016-17 season, Carter managed to convert on 38.7 percent of his three-point attempts.

His locker room influence and leadership ability will make him welcome. Any championship contenders would want his kind value in their team, and despite his older age, he can still be a productive player.

It is a possibility that Golden State is interested

With superstar players such as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry set to sign maximum contract deals with the Golden State Warriors this summer in free agency and other key role players such as Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala also laid down for a new contract deal in the summer as well, Vince Carter's addition to this Golden State Warriors could be an affordable experience.

More importantly, he could be valuable in the success of next year's Golden State Warriors' team.

The man by the nickname of Vinsanity is still undecided about which NBA team he will suit up for in what will most likely be his final season in the NBA. Going to the Golden State Warriors would not be a bad move career-wise for him, as he may finally capture that elusive NBA championship ring to add to his trophy cabinet after chasing 19 long years.

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