Vince Carter approves of T-shirt depicting him dunking over Trump

Half-Man-Half-Amazing is moving his way up the NBA all-time points list.

A T-shirt designed by Los Angeles-based Fox Sports writer Dan Carson has gotten the seal of approval from Memphis Grizzlies guard Vince Carter.

In a parody of Carter’s infamous dunk over 7-foot-2 French centre Frederick Weis at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, the shirt depicts Carter, clad in his Team USA jersey, dunking over United States President Donald Trump.

Would you buy this T-shirt? (image courtesy Dan Carson’s Twitter, @TheDoctorCarson)

Carson sent Carter the shirt, who apparently liked what he saw and said “I’ll definitely wear it” in a short video. “It’ll probably bring out some controversy,” the 40 year-old 19-year NBA vet added, “but it’s all worth it.”

The image of Carter posterizing Trump was also transferred onto mugs, a laptop case, and kid-sized hoodies.

And, because it never gets old, here’s the dunk that inspired the T-shirt:

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