A deadly on-the-money shooter, Antoine Carr set a school record at Wichita State college with 47 points against Southern Illinois U during the 1982-83 season. His all-around play that season helped Wichita St compile a 25-3 record and an AP Poll ranking of 14th in the nation.
Antoine Carr was the 8th player selected in the 1983 National Basketball Association draft (by the Detroit Pistons then traded to the Atlanta Hawks). As a rookie Carr notched 499 points, making 198 of 375 field goals, a very fine .528 percentage, and blocked 78 shots. He helped the Hawks reach the playoffs 3 times in his 6-year tenure in Atlanta.
Playing with the Sacramento Kings starting in 1989-90, Antoine chalked up career-highs in points per game in back-to-back years, 18.6 ppg and 20.1 ppg. He then signed with the San Antonio Spurs and played in three consecutive postseason playoffs.
Antoine Carr was a hard-worker in practice and in games and he played to win as a starter or off the bench and made his hustle work in a positive way. His hustle showed in the fact he played in 107 games in the NBA playoffs spanning 11 postseason playoffs with 4 teams.
In 1996-1997 and 1997-1998 he helped the Utah Jazz win Western Conference Titles. Only to lose both years in 6 games to a Michael Jordan led Chicago Bulls.