Tracy McGrady’s Audition Already Raising Concerns for Knicks’ Summer Plans

February 28th, 2010 by Keith Schlosser Leave a reply »

Upon arriving in New York, Tracy McGrady’s 29 game stint as a Knick was highly regarded as his tryout for a contract this offseason.

At the surface, McGrady’s first few games as a Knick do not look so bad, despite the Knicks’ 1-4 record.  After missing much of the last three seasons due to injury, McGrady has labored through five games, averaging 25.8 minutes.

His 14 point average has been highlighted by a 44 percent shooting percentage and an average of 3.8 assists. While the numbers aren’t exactly equal to what made McGrady a multi-time all-star, he has shown flashes that prove he may be able to get to that point once he gets back in shape.

It’s the Knicks record that has not reflected flashes of greatness since McGrady’’s arrival.

It would be unreasonable to expect McGrady to be the savior, but it’s hard not to look around and see that McGrady’s presence has made a few of his teammates uncomfortable on the court.

Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler, two of McGrady’s key pote ...

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