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Tracy McGrady ‘s NBA career is over, by his own volition on August 26, 2013.
McGrady signed with the San Antonio Spurs in April after working his way back from injuries but never got on the floor for a team that made a run to the Finals.
McGrady told "First Take" that he still thinks he can play and was disappointed not to get a chance to help San Antonio.
"It's been 16 years playing the game I love. I've had a great run, but it's time for it to come to an end," McGrady said on ESPN's "First Take."
He did say he was leaving the door open to opportunities in China, but said he was done playing bit parts on NBA teams
(By ESPN.com news services)
McGrady called Dennis Rodman’s recent statement that James would have been an “average” player in the 1990s “a little overboard,” calling LeBron “one of the most gifted athletes that we’ve ever seen in our game, any era.”
It was only natural that McGrady would be asked about the LeBron-Jordan debate, because his career spanned both eras and he himself was once considered one of the best players in the world, before injuries robbed him of his athleticism.
James is already one of the greatest players ever. He should be appreciated as that, on his own terms, rather than being constantly held to standards that are irrelevant to him.
(By Sean Highkin, ForTheWin )
In 2000, Tracy McGrady was dealt to the Orlando Magic where he would play alongside Grant Hill.But with bad luck on Tracy's side, Hill played only 4 games that season due to an ankle injury.
In the beginning of the 2005-2006 season, Tracy complained about multiple back spasms and missed eight games because of the injury.
2006-2007 season, T-Mac stated that the pain in his back slowed him down and prevented him from being as explosive as he used to be.
On Apr. 9, 2008. McGrady sits out because of soreness in his strained and bruised left shoulder. Tracy ended the season missing 16 games
T-Mac stated that he has sharp pain going through his knee and feels as if he never had surgery this off-season. "I'm feeling the same pain," T-Mac says.
(By Brandon Ribak, bleacher report)