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41mvp
08-12-2010, 03:18 AM
http://houston.sbnation.com/2010/8/10/1616916/the-sad-sad-story-of-t-mac

McGrady has agreed to a one-year, $1.3M contract with the Detroit Pistons!!!
This is very funny 1.3$M in last season he earned 23$M.

Underdog
08-12-2010, 08:28 AM
http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z226/alfstar33/TMAC-SECOND-ROUND-ROLLIN.gif

fluid.forty.one
08-12-2010, 12:03 PM
UD saves the thread.

DevinHarriswillstart
08-12-2010, 02:31 PM
This will be like the second coming of Grant Hill!









....the Orlando version....

Thespiralgoeson
08-13-2010, 06:08 AM
I know it's fun to dump on T-Mac, but honestly it makes me sad to see such a phenominal player have his career ruined by bad health. It wasn't very long ago that he was a flat-out superstar. At his peak, he was always one of my favorite players to watch. I'll never forget that shoot-out he had with Dirk in 2004/2005 when Dirk had 53 and T-Mac had 48. And even though the Mavs ended up beating the Rockets in the playoffs that same year, T-Mac played a fantastic series (he also showed his worth as a defensive player in that series, guarding Dirk very effectively.) I also remember going to a Mavs/Rockets game a couple of years later and screaming in despair as T-Mac sunk just about every shot he took, no matter how impossible it looked (I think he had something like 35 points at halftime) And he earned a special place in my heart when he scored 13 points in the last 33 seconds to beat the Spurs. I hate to see such a great talent fade so prematurely.

fluid.forty.one
08-13-2010, 02:47 PM
I know it's fun to dump on T-Mac, but honestly it makes me sad to see such a phenominal player have his career ruined by bad health. It wasn't very long ago that he was a flat-out superstar. At his peak, he was always one of my favorite players to watch. I'll never forget that shoot-out he had with Dirk in 2004/2005 when Dirk had 53 and T-Mac had 48. And even though the Mavs ended up beating the Rockets in the playoffs that same year, T-Mac played a fantastic series (he also showed his worth as a defensive player in that series, guarding Dirk very effectively.) I also remember going to a Mavs/Rockets game a couple of years later and screaming in despair as T-Mac sunk just about every shot he took, no matter how impossible it looked (I think he had something like 35 points at halftime) And he earned a special place in my heart when he scored 13 points in the last 33 seconds to beat the Spurs. I hate to see such a great talent fade so prematurely.

Plus, he has always talked very highly of Dirk and voiced his anti-Miami opinions after that Finals series.

antoinewalker
09-06-2010, 12:32 AM
what a steal by detroit!