The Houston Rockets honored one of their stars Wednesday night.
It was Tracy McGrady’s turn as the organization paid tribute to T-Mac during their game against the Denver Nuggets… and the timing couldn’t be much better.
It was recently announced that McGrady will be going into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame this year.
In five and a half seasons with the Rockets, T-Mac averaged 22.7 points, 5.6 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 1.31 steals as the Rockets made the playoffs in four of his first five seasons with the team.
He will be most remembered for his 13 points in 33 seconds against the Spurs and playing like an MVP leader during the team’s 22-game win streak in 2007-08. T-Mac also was a controversial figure with some Houston fans by the middle of the 2008-09 season and he was ultimately traded away in 2010, but in Clutch City, time heals wounds and McGrady is celebrated here today.
The video the Rockets put together was outstanding.
The Rockets also gave out bobbleheads to the first 3,000 fans commemorating McGrady’s 13-point explosion against San Antonio.
— ClutchFans (@clutchfans) April 6, 2017