Orlando Magic to honor retired Tracy McGrady

tracy-mcgrady-magicThe Orlando Magic will be honoring retired NBA player Tracy McGrady on the opening night on November 1, the Score reported.

McGrady played his final NBA game on June 11, 2013. He played in 15 NBA seasons, 4 of them with Orlando Magic.

At the team’s Nov. 1 home opener, McGrady will kick off the team’s Legend Series for the franchise’s 25th anniversary.

In addition to being honored at center court, McGrady will also serve as a color commentator for a portion of FOX Sports Florida’s broadcast and be featured on Magic Drive Time radio show with host Dante Marchitelli on Thursday, Oct. 31.

Tracy McGrady retired from the NBA in August 2013, following his rather bleak short stay with the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Playoffs the same year.

McGrady nearly won his first NBA title, but the Spurs lost to the Miami Heat in an epic seven-game finals series in June.

McGrady averaged 19.6 points, 5.6 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game in a career that started in 1997, when he was drafted out of high school.


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