Tracy McGrady Highlights 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees (VIDEO)
After being drafted straight out of high school by the Toronto Raptors in 1997 and playing 15 years in the league with the Raps, Orlando Magic and Houston Rockets, Tracy McGrady is now headed for Springfield.
T-Mac joins late Chicago Bulls general manager Jerry Krause and former ABA star George McGinnis in the class of this year’s inductees for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Despite injuries severely impacting his later years in the league, McGrady was a seven-time NBA All-Star who won two scoring titles and currently sits 67th all-time in points.
McGrady never made it past the first round in his heyday until his final season when he was a perennial bench player for the San Antonio Spurs, ultimately going on to lose the NBA Finals.
McGrady will forever be remembered for scoring 13 points in 35 seconds to defeat the Spurs back in 2004: