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Found December 10, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
PLAYERS: Tracy McGrady
TEAMS: Atlanta Hawks

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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. 

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