Tracy McGrady was introduced to the Basketball Hall of Fame

The NBA noted the achievements of the best sniper of 2003 and 2004. The solemn ceremony took place on September 8 in Springfield. McGrady was chosen by the Toronto Raptors under the overall ninth number in the 1997 draft and spent 15 seasons in the NBA, for which he participated seven times in the Star matches, twice in the first symbolic league team for the season and three times in the second, and also confessed the most progressive player of the year. In total, the NBA defender who, in addition to Toronto for Orlando, Houston, New York Knicks, Detroit and Atlanta Hawks, played 938 games, an average of 19.6 points, making 5 , 6 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 1.2 interceptions.

I thought about all the great NBA players who did a lot of great things, I compared myself to them, focusing on what I did not achieve, but I’m grateful to those people who believed in me when, maybe I did not believe in myself in itself, McGrady said.