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    Saturday, August 28, 2010

    Tracy McGrady "T-Mac" Joins Detroit Pistons

    The Detroit Pistons and Tracy Mcgrady agreed to have a 1 year contract deal. McGrady agreed to play for Detroit because they were able to match his salary cap amounting to 1.35 million dollars. McGrady was backed up by his more than 10 years experience in the NBA. He has played for the Toronto Raptors, Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets, and New York Knicks.

    He's now 31 years old, that's why many fans of Detroit were questioning their General Manager's decisions to sign him. He's old already. But McGrady was quick to counter their accusations, he said that "let my game speak." Well, let's see. But I believe in you T-Mac! You said that you'll get a pretty wife and it came true. Haha. Hopefully, you can redeem yourself. I've been a great fan of your quick release shot, and 13 points in less than 50 seconds against the Spurs enroute to one of the biggest upsets in professional basketball.

    He played thirty games last season due to a micro fracture knee injury. But after his surgery he immediately played for New York. That was a great sign.

    Last year Detroit signed the aging Allen Iverson but he incurred so many problems and mistakes for them. And now they signed T-Mac. They are really risk takers. But T-Mac seems to be prim and proper. A reporter recently said: Source: pistonpowered.com

    David Aldridge Tweets that McGrady has agreed to come off the bench. Joe Dumars must’ve been very careful about not wanting a replay of the Iverson situation.Sources tell PistonPowered that the Pistons and Tracy McGrady have agreed to a one-year, $1.3 million deal. Those sources are MLive and the Detroit Free Press.

    He has averaged 9.4 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 3.9 assists. Those stats are far to different when he used to lead the league in scoring in two straight years. His career average was 24.5 points, 6 rebounds and 4.7 assits in thirteen seasons.

    Here are the videos of the good old T-MAC, but can he bring back the time and once again make Detroit a title contender?

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