Anthony Carter

Anthony Bernard Carter ( born June 16, 1975 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin ) is a retired American professional basketball player who played as a point guard.


Carter played at Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, California, and then went to the University of Hawaii system. He was not drafted in 1996 and began his NBA career with the Miami Heat after he played one season with the Yakama Sun Kings.

2003 ignored his agent a clause in his contract with the Miami Heat, which would have allowed him a higher income. Instead, he moved to the San Antonio Spurs. After just five games, Carter had to finish the 2003-04 season due to injury.

After two regular seasons with the Minnesota Timberwolves ( 2004-06 ) Carter moved in 2007 to the Denver Nuggets after he had started his season at Legea Scafati.

On 20 December 2007 Carter sank at even 0.8 seconds remaining game time a ball Game Winner against the Houston Rockets for the final score of 112-111. In the 2007-08 NBA season he reached a points average of 8 points per game, scored in almost every game for the starting lineup throughout the season, reaching 28 block.

On 1 July 2008 Carter Free- Agent and extended his contract with the Denver Nuggets.

In February 2011, Carter was from Denver to the New York Knicks getraded. There he played until the end of the season. For the season 2011/2012 Carter was awarded a new contract in New York and moved to the Toronto Raptors. On 15 March 2012, he was dismissed from the Raptors.

Carter then ended his active career and decided a career as a basketball coach embark. For the 2013/2014 season he was an assistant coach of the Austin Toros committed to play in the NBA Development League.

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