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San Antonio Spurs reserve forward Tracy McGrady is 34 years of age own, and comfortable with his place in basketball history.
McGrady has been enjoying the perks of the NBA Finals media sessions, and he feels the need to do a lot of talking. T-Mac was asked about his time with the Toronto Raptors.
McGrady as only he can, told the Toronto Sun that the Raptors teams with himself and Vince Carter on them “could have competed with the Lakers for NBA titles.”
“At that time, I think Toronto probably could have competed for championships with the Lakers, that’s what I think,” McGrady said Friday.
“Toronto, they didn’t know I was capable of that type of performance as far as scoring. I didn’t (even) know I had that in me,” he said.
McGrady also hinted at the fact that he left Toronto because he was tired of being in Vince Carter’s shadow.
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After you have been in the league for so many years and been through so many ups and downs, you don’t worry as much about being politically correct.
Exhibit A: Tracy McGrady…..
All class McGrady: "Are you ready to play in finals if you're called?" Is a pig's p—- pork?"
— Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) June 7, 2013
I have to admit I would like to see McGrady...
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“I don’t know...
It was the shot heard around the NBA world in Game 1 of the NBA Finals as San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker made an incredible bank shot with seconds left on the shot clock. It was the nail in the coffin for the Miami Heat as the Spurs went on to win Game 1 and steal home court advantage.
Parker's shot was simply ridiculous and now it got the "And 1 Mix Tape"...
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I have a very deep respect for the San Antonio Spurs. If the Celtics didn’t exist, I’d totally be a Spurs fan. So I’m gladly helping out our friends at Project Spurs with their coverage of the NBA Finals.
Today, I offered my take on Tony Parker’s amazing, back-breaking shot to ice Game 1.
Here’s a bit of it:
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LeBron James skied up to put a massive block on 7-foot NBA legend Tim Duncan in the early going of Game 2 between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs.