Two of the highest-flying Tar Heels went head-to-head last night in Toronto.
Air Jordan vs. Air Canada.
And Carter got the best of the player he was once often compared to. The Raptors star scored 18 first-quarter points and 31 overall (10-23 FG). Jordan struggled from the floor, 5-17 FG, and used the free throw line to total 22 points.
"His intensity was high, as it should be," Jordan said of Carter. "I wouldn't expect him to just go through the motions."