With an array of moves and the ability to score from anywhere on the court, Tracy McGrady was one of the toughest covers in league history during his 15-year NBA career. When the versatile slasher joined the Orlando Magic in 2000, he added a mid-range jump shot and established himself as one of the league’s top scorers. In 2001, McGrady was named Most Improved Player and was selected to his first of seven consecutive All-Star Games. The seven-time All-NBA performer achieved this high level of play despite foregoing college to jump straight from high school to the professional ranks. McGrady’s offensive repertoire helped him score a franchise record 62 points for the Orlando Magic and later he would thrill the home crowd in Houston on December 9, 2004 when as a Rocket McGrady put up 13 points in the final 35 seconds in a comeback victory against the San Antonio Spurs. T-Mac led the league in scoring for two straight seasons and was a true triple threat with over 5,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists to his name.