Saturday , Sep , 01 , 2007 Oly Sandor

Greatest Dunk In Team USA’s History: Carmelo Anthony’s One-handed Jam or Vince Carter’s Leapfrog?

You knew the comparisons were inevitable. They started started right after Carmelo Anthony froze his man with a stutter-step and threw down a one-handed jam on what felt like all of Argentina. Some fans, after watching highlights of Anthony, reminisced on the year 2000. Yes, the world survived Y2K, but hoop heads barely survived Vince Carter leapfrogging a 7-2 French center at the Sydney Olympics …


You knew the comparisons were inevitable. They started started right after Carmelo Anthony froze his man with a stutter-step and threw down a one-handed jam on what felt like all of Argentina.

Some fans, after watching highlights of Anthony, reminisced on the year 2000. Yes, the world survived Y2K, but hoop heads barely survived Vince Carter leapfrogging a 7-2 French center at the Sydney Olympics.

Now the the friendly comparisons have turned to a heated debate. Hoop heads went at it like Republicans and Democrats debating the budget or foreign policy. Both poster jobs were great, but which jam was the greatest in the history of international basketball?

At HoopsVibe The Blog, we want you to watch both dunks and vote for your favorite. Get at us in the comment box below with your decision. We will tally the votes and announce the winner.

Highlight #1: Carmelo Anthony, Team USA , 2007 FIBA Tournament.

Highlight #2: Vince Carter, Team USA , 2004 Sydney Olympics.

The greatest dunk in the history of international basketball: Anthony’s one-hander or Carter’s leapfrog? Get at us in the comment box below with your thoughts.

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