Tracy McGrady’s Hall Pass: History’s Failing McGrade

Posted: 16th February 2010 by Kyle Slavin in NBA
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Originally found at I have, in my mind, a player with a Hall of Fame-type career.á A player who led the league in jersey sales while leading his team to multiple 50-plus seasons as their sole offensive option.á This player absolutely dominated the league for three straight years, doing so smack-dab in the middle ofáKobe, Shaq, andáDuncan's prime.

At his peak, he had a scoring average higher than anyone sinceáJordan (check that: a pre-baseball-hiatusáJordan).á A fan favorite, he was assured a starting spot on the All-Star team every year, a trend that has maintained deep into the twilight of his career.á He could shoot the three, he could dish and dunk, and he demanded the max contract to do so.á


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