The Fall of Tracy McGrady: Death of a Superstar

July 28th, 2010 by Curtis Finchum Leave a reply »
How many players in the league can you name that have scored thirteen points in thirteen seconds to perform an absolutely stunning comeback over the San Antonio Spurs? Only one, since Kobe Bryant has help and LeBron either torches his opponents or falls just short.

What ever happened to the artist formally known as T-Mac? Tracy McGrady has fallen from the graces that once held him as a league scoring champion while putting him in the mix as the heir apparent to Michael Jordan.

McGrady has now suited up for four teams and has completely burned any chances at returning to two of them. His exits from Orlando and Houston have many questioning if he'll be willing to do what he must do as he's entering the twilight of his career: become a role player.

But it's not just his head that terrifies teams away from him—it's also his health. After having micro-fracture surgery in 2009, McGrady has yet to play an entire season, managing to only appear in 30 games last year with the New York Knicks.

McGrady is joined by Shaquille O'Neal and Allen Iverson as former superstars who are now falling out of the NBA's graces. However, McGrady may ha ...

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