Tracy McGrady retired from the NBA this summer after riding the bench with the Spurs through their run all the way to the Finals. Signed in 2001 as a free agent by Orlando, McGrady and Grant Hill were supposed to lead the Magic to providence, but unfortunately injuries derailed Hill's career and eventually caught up to T-Mac.
The scoring forward still managed to have four impressive seasons with the Magic, including one of the franchise's all-time greatest in 2003 when he averaged 32 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Now the place that Tracy will always call home, will honor him on opening night.
Tracy McGrady, whose best years came in a frustrating but brilliant stretch with the Orlando Magic from 2001 to 2004, will be honored at the team's home opener vs. the Pelicans on November 1st. McGrady will be honored at half-court and be on the local broadcast doing color commentary.