ALL AMAZING: Vince Carter's perfect night helps Grizzlies beat Milwaukee 113-93

Chandler Parsons ruled out "indefinitely" with meniscus tear in left knee.

Lee Eric Smith | 3/14/2017, 12:04 p.m.
Chandler Parsons ruled out "indefinitely" with meniscus tear in left knee.
All Amazing: Vince Carter, at 40, can still do this. He also went a perfect 8-8 from the field, including 6-6 from the three-point line to lead the Grizzlies to a 113-93 victory. Carter scored 24 points. Photo by Warren Roseborough
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Three-Point Play: MEM 113, MIL 93

At this point, let's stop the "half-man, half-amazing" nickname for Vince Carter, okay?

With him leading the Grizzlies to a 20 point win over the Milwaukee Bucks — and scoring 24 points on 8-8 shooting (6-6 from three) at 40 years old, no less — that's ALL AMAZING.

"Hey, better late than never," Carter said afterwards. "I just try to do my job and to be honest with you, I didn’t realize it until Chandler said something to me. And I’d rather not [know]. Just let me play."

Carter got the start after the team announced that Chander Parsons was out indefinitely with a meniscus tear in his left knee. He is not expected to play again this season.

Vince's game was so big, it overshadowed a Mike Conley double-double (20 points, 10 assists). But the biggest difference in the victory and the five-game losing streak the team suffered? Defensive intensity.

Check out the Three-Point Play, along with postgame interviews from the Grizzlies locker room!

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Vince Carter postgame (MEM 113 MIL 93) — March 13, 2017

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Mike Conley postgame (MEM 113 MIL 93) — March 13, 2017

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Marc Gasol postgame (MEM 113 MIL 93) — March 13, 2017