Tracy McGrady honored by Raptors as part of 20th anniversary festivities

RT @raptorsrepublic: TMac!

— RealGM (@RealGM) December 6, 2014

Despite playing in just 196 games with the franchise while leaving in somewhat surprising fashion in 2000 because of rumored jealously with Vince Carter’s rise, Tracy McGrady was honored by the Toronto Raptors during the first quarter of the team’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The crowd gave him a standing ovation after an introduction that lasted so long that McGrady needed to mix up his facial expressions.

This is all part of the franchise’s 20th anniversary festivities, during which they plan to honor several former players. Carter is already checked off. Maybe Acie Earl, Zan Tabak or Morris Peterson is next.

Tracy McGrady at the Cavs vs. Raptors game.

— Steve Noah (@Steve_OS) December 6, 2014

A moment of silence for what could have been. #Tmac #Vinsanity

— Raptors HQ (@RaptorsHQ) December 6, 2014

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