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 3. Vince Carter

There is no other way to put it: Vince Carter was electrifying. One of the greatest scorers of the 2000s, Vince Carter could score anywhere on the court and do it at a very efficient rate. Super athletic and terrific with the ball, Carter was the franchise player that the team needed alongside Jason Kidd. Over the course of five seasons as a Net, Carter averaged 23.6 points per game, 5.8 rebounds, and 4.7 assists. He was a great all around player, putting his effort into both offense and defense. He was especially good out in transition, and he would pump up crowds with his electric dunks. Carter brought hope and excitement to the Nets after a few years of disappointment following a couple NBA Finals losses. With both Kidd and Carter on the floor, the Nets were one of the most fun teams to watch in the mid 2000s. The trio of Kidd, Carter, and Richard Jefferson will also go down as one of the best trios of this generation. Even though Carter never made much of a playoff push as a Net, he is still one of the greatest Nets of all time, and possibly one of the most fun-to-watch players to ever take the floor.

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