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McGrady's old number will go to new teammate Trevor Ariza, the Lakers forward who agreed to a multiyear deal with Houston on July 2.
McGrady wore No. 3 in high school. He is making the switch to promote his humanitarian efforts in the Darfur region of the Sudan and a documentary on his summer 2007 visits to refugee camps in the region. The documentary, "3 Points," is set for release this fall. The title refers to goals of peace, protection and punishment.
McGrady has donated $75,000 to a humanitarian project in Darfur. He had microfracture surgery on his left knee in late February. Doctors say he needs up to 12 months to recover.
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MBC2K4_old
This guy is still in the league??? LMAO at the days where people mentioned he & Kobe in the same sentence.
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I AM THE CHOSEN ONE!!!
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Dan Le Batard_old
What, he got tired of wearing the number of the round in the playoffs he couldn't get out of?
To bam or not to bam, that is the question.
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Terrorfan89_old
He could have been one of the better scorers in this decade had he stayed healthy, but im guessing he's going to fall almost off of the map within the next 3 or 4 years. He's a nice guy tho and I like him, I hope he can get a ring (sitting on the bench) later in his career, and I hope that he can at least get out of first round at some point.



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madcityspecial42
Terrorfan89 wrote:


He could have been one of the better scorers in this decade had he stayed healthy, but im guessing he's going to fall almost off of the map within the next 3 or 4 years. He's a nice guy tho and I like him, I hope he can get a ring (sitting on the bench) later in his career, and I hope that he can at least get out of first round at some point.


he was one of the best scorers of the decade
1999-2009
16,380 pts
671 games 67 games per season isnt terrible, not good, but not terrible
24.4 ppg--not gonna do all of the work, but its got to be in the top 5 scoring averages within that time.



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crusader5
MBC2K4 wrote:


This guy is still in the league???? LMAO at the days where people mentioned he & Kobe in the same sentence.

There were a lot of people who not only mentioned them together, but would say that McGrady was better.
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LLegend4eva_old
And they were proven wrong.
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hoopsgalore
Haha, I love how you can type Tracy McGrady on Google and the second scroll down option is "Tracy McGrady Injury."

This guy needs to wear a bubble suit everywhere he goes.

Although, his 32 PPG back in 2002-2003 was downright impressive. This guy had a great individual career in Orlando, but the injuries started kicking in once he was traded to Houston. He's had a pretty unproductive four years since his first year in a Rockets uni.
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