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Originally written on Holdout Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Former NBA player Tracy McGrady elbowed an opposing player in the chest during a recent game in the Chinese Basketball Association when the player taunted him by wagging a finger in his face after making a basket. The elbow by McGrady knocked the opposing player to the ground, and McGrady was immediately called for a foul. However, the message was loud and clear: Don't taunt McGrady. Video via. H/T TNLP. Win a Blu-Ray copy of Thunderstruck in our Giveaway Contest. Click here for more details.

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  • he didn't really hurt him, so i enjoyed this "little payback"!
  • Come on the guy went to the Dwayne Wade school of flop. That landed on his shoulder and you dont go to the ground on that.
  • McGrady was obviously helping dishing out a dose of well needed humility.
  • BLACK PEOPLE.
  • i would like to see the chinese guy punch him out
  • Take that China. Everyone should proud to be an American. T Mac is a living example of the last few exports we have. Ouch!
  • To read your commit, it's like reading a piece of literature from the 1800's. It's a shame that another human can still hold these views after all African-Americans have contributed to these united states. The race differences in this country is a model that world need not look at any further and commits like yours are just stupid and unwarranted and you need to seek some type of cultural work shop to learn more than what you know now asshole!
  • Wow! This is exactly why we can't progress as a society. Jealousy is a green-eyed monster!
    Get over it! We are passed this as a society. We have a black president and many great minority athletes, politicians, actors, entertainers, etc. How enjoyable would those things be without the participation of blacks, hispanics, orientals etc. Get a clue! Usually, people like you have nothing going for themselves and are just bitter and hateful. Sorry for you.
  • Just another overpaid thug from the ghetto; you can take the scum out of the ghetto, but you cannot take the ghetto out of the scum. Of course, the Chinese are not any better, last summer their National Team did nothing less than attack our college teams we sent over to play.
  • Hey ass head! All black ppl are NOT the same!! & for every 1 thugish a.hole you have 5-6 others who play ball just to get ahead, further their education or as you so eloquintly put it "get out of the ghetto". Your comments are extremely racist! & offensive! Which of course shows off your complete ignorence!!...ass head! its 2013 & you still on that!??? #youdead!
  • HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!>>>>>>BREATH<<<<<<HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
  • Racism is alive and well just because of the racist remarks by both black and white respondents to this article. It would seem the internet lets a lot of people speak their racist thoughts anonymously because none of the people have a pic put up so everyone and see who they really are and how they really feel. Not only are they racists but cowards as well.
  • No surprise here. T-Mac should be happy he is practically the Jackie Robinson of basketball in china. He should take more care to not step on any ones head(!) over there.
  • I don't care what color you are. The game is becoming a contact sport, but no one has pads. The behavior of these clowns only gets worse every season. Unless we start to fine them really really big sums, they will continue to act like they are on the street. I wonder how anyone can apologize for them when the top three headlines involve BB players acting like idiots?
  • wasafan: There has always been contact in the sport of basketball. It may not always be of this magnitude, or in the open court for that matter, but from the beginning there have been revenge/stop someone/something fouls. In this case, no, T-Mac should not have thrown his elbow, but in reality, this guy flopped MAJORLY. I believe before anyone tries to stop people from revenge plays or excessive contact, flopping needs to be made a larger concern. It takes away from the game more than anyting else.

    To all of the racial comment posters: Evolve already. To you all saying something about these "Ghetto, ignorant, black people," please begin to realize that there are just as many in every race, including ours. It just so happens that being caucasian we are the majority in this country. And to the guy who was sparking racial slurs on his end, not all whites are rednecks, live in trailers, or have sex with their sister. Once again, there are the few in EVERY race that do things of that manner. How about everyone chill out on the JesseJackson/White Supremecy ******** and make intellegent conversation about the topic this page was created for???
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