Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions continues to build lots on ESPN’s properties.
The Post has learned the companies are collaborating on a project with Vince Carter called Vince’s Places for a series of visits with NBA legends that will be tracked with the other programs in the Places series.
The show premieres Wednesday at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN+, the network’s streaming service.
The first episode will feature Carter and Manning’s journey back to 1891 to explore the advent of the sport, and will also feature spots starring Alonzo Mourning and WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil.
Guests later in the season include Jerry West, Patrick Ewing, Julius Erving, Mark Cuban, Ray Allen, Dominique Wilkins, Dikembe Mutombo, Dirk Nowitzki, Gary Payton, Chris Mullin and more.
One of the most prolific dunkers and most athletic players in NBA history, Carter entered the league in 1998 and retired after the 2019-20 season. He made eight All-Star teams.
Other shows in the series include “Peyton’s Places” with Peyton Manning, “Eli’s Places” with Eli Manning, “Abby’s Places” with Abby Wambach, “Rowdy’s Places” with Ronda Rousey and “Big Papi’s Places” with David Ortiz.
“Peyton and Eli,” starring the Manning brothers, the popular “Monday Night Football” supporting cast, is another major speech under the Omaha Productions/ESPN umbrella.
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