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Sports With Friends

Episode 351

Basketball Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady is the latest Hall of Famer to join this show. McGrady is a seven-time NBA All-Star, seven-time All-NBA selection, two-time NBA scoring champion, and winner of the NBA Most Improved Player Award in 2001. He is the brainchild and founder of the all-new Ones Basketball League. The OBL has seven events in 2022 that will take place in Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Los Angeles). For more info, go to oblhoops.com. In this episode, McGrady discussed his incredible NBA career. He also recalled his decision to forego college and whether that decision would be different if the NIL and Transfer Portal existed in college basketball. He also broke down the changes in basketball since his playing days, and how the reliance on the 3-point basket impacts the overall entertainment value of the sport. He also talked about the legacy of LeBron James during his own remarkable career. Follow Tracy on Twitter @Tmac_213.

 

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