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T-Mac for only the 2nd time in his career and first time with an actual jersey on reached the 2nd round of the playoffs. Granted, he only played five minutes for the Spurs against the Lakers, but it was a start.
McGrady played a full season over in China and they would like to have him back, if he can’t secure a full-time gig in the NBA next year.
Project Spurs has the details.
Quingado GM Shun Tin commented on McGrady returning to the NBA this season.
We hope T-Mac is playing well elsewhere and can get a championship. It’s is a very good thing, and we would like to see it. (hupu.com)
If T-Mac can’t find a suitable contract next season in the NBA, I think he will be back to CBA. He will still be our first choice, we are confident that we can get him to sign back.
McGrady probably will consider it, because it is better money in China with a shorter season.
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Tracy McGrady was signed by the San Antonio Spurs, but after the season ends, his former Chinese team would want him back.
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