Vince Carter headed to Sacramento Kings: reports

According to the U.S. media, Carter has agreed to a one-year, USD eight million deal with Kings.

Vince Carter, at 40, is NBA’s oldest active player.   -  Getty Images

Free agent Vince Carter, at 40 the NBA's oldest active player, agreed to a one-year, USD eight million deal with the Sacramento Kings on Thursday, U.S. media reported.

The eight-time All-Star averaged eight points and 3.1 rebounds in 24.6 minutes per game for Memphis Grizzlies last season and said in April he hoped to extend his 19-year career after becoming a free agent.

Carter helped Grizzlies reach the playoffs, and his physical skills - including his spectacular dunking ability - were on display in its first-round series loss to San Antonio Spurs, when he became the oldest player to start a playoff game since Dikembe Mutombo for Houston in 2008.

Carter, the fifth pick in the 1998 draft, was the 1998-99 Rookie of the Year with Toronto Raptors. He subsequently played for New Jersey (now Brooklyn) Nets, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks and Memphis.

For his career, Carter is averaging 18.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists and his 24,555 career points are 22nd on the NBA's all-time scoring list.