Found October 21, 2013 on Word On The Game:
I can always respect an honest athlete. You wonder if there is ever a line that can be crossed of being “too honest’ but I respect honesty nonetheless. Which is why Tracy McGrady most certainly raised my eyebrows a bit with his recent comments while on NBA TV’s Open Court, via Blacksportsonline. “I’ve never said […]
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