Anthony Carter played his final NBA game on Leap Year Day in 2012. Then a member of the Toronto Raptors, Carter missed his lone shot attempt in ten seconds of play in an 11-point Raps win over the then-New Orleans Hornets.
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Carter made over $1.35 million that season, his 12th in the NBA, in a career that saw him play for six different NBA teams. According to BasketballReference.com, Carter made over $17.1 million in his NBA career, but he is perhaps best known as the guy that superagent Bill Duffy accidentally denied $4.1 million to in 2003, when Duffy failed to follow through on the paperwork needed for Carter to pick up his player option for the 2003-04 season.
Without the Heat gig, Carter went on to play just five injury-plagued games that year with the San Antonio Spurs for the league minimum. No matter, though, as Duffy apparently followed through on hisRead More »from Anthony Carter is still paid yearly by his agent, 13 years after a contract mishap