Quite possibly the most famous Vince Carter dunk dates back to the 2000 Olympics when VC leaped over Frederic Weis for a huge dunk. It’s one of the most memorable basketball plays in history. Recently, Fox Sports senior writer Dan Carson designed a t-shirt replacing the posterization victim Weis with current president Donald Trump. With all of the constant controversy surrounding the 45th president of the United States, most people found the design to be humorous, including Carter himself.
— Dan Carson (@TheDoctorCarson) February 2, 2017
The 19-year NBA veteran loved the shirt and said,
“I’ll definitely wear it.Probably bring out some controversy, but it’s all worth it.”
Frederic Weis is a former professional European basketball player, and he now runs a tobacco store in Limoges, France. Donald J. Trump has made and lost billions in real estate, was a television host on “The Apprentice,” and now he’s the president of the United States. So what do both Weis and Trump have in common? They both get to be the dunk-victim to arguably the greatest dunk in basketball history.
Now we just have to wait for Carter to put on the shirt.
(Better vid) pic.twitter.com/00TdshZg0x
— Dan Carson (@TheDoctorCarson) March 26, 2017