Found January 10, 2013 on
Things haven’t been going well in for T-Mac is China. His team sucks, he has been getting into fights and getting diarrhea.
The latest incident is being reported by Deadspin. Here is what T-Mac had to say about the officiating in China after a missed expire shot clock call went against his team and cost them a win.
“CBA has to do a better job with these officials. My team plays hard every night and the 3 blind mice take it away from us!
“This bad officiating has to change. No way I’m coming back if the officiating continues to be this errant.”
McGrady was suspended for 1 game and fined $1600 for his comments. If anyone sees McGrady in China please give him a Capri Sun and tell him to chill. Keep collect those Chinese checks T-Mac, because no one wants you in the NBA.
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Tracy McGrady has been playing in the Chinese Basketball Association this season, and it doesn’t sound like things are going very well. The former two-time NBA scoring champion ripped the referees after a recent loss, calling them “three blind mice” while threatening to leave the league after the season if the calls didn’t start improving.
Here’s what he wrote on his Weibo...
T-Mac’s Chinese saga has nearly reached a level of weirdness paralleled only by that of JR Smith. McGrady’s Qingdao Eagles are now 19 games into their season, yet they’ve won just twice. The constant losing has frustrated Qingdao players and fans alike and has led to such drama as debris being hurled onto the floor, McGrady elbowing a player who taunted him, and now, a...
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