Kevin Durant and other players react to Tracy McGrady's retirement
NBA players react to Tracy McGrady announcing his retirement.
Tracy McGrady announced his retirement Monday, wrapping up an incredible NBA career, or at least one of the most spectacular.
Injuries slowed him down in his prime, but his raw talent, athleticism and scoring ability will have him remembered as one of the greatest players ever at lighting up a scoreboard.
And with his retirement, players from around the league made note, gave thanks and congratulted T-Mac on a fantastic career.
T-Mac the great!!! Thank you, just watching you as a kid helped me get to where I am today! Good luck in the future— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) August 26, 2013
Special Shoutout to one of the best to ever do it in my eyes! Gave alot of hope to that skinny kid out… http://t.co/76OlolsQL0— Paul George (@Paul_George24) August 26, 2013
Thank you Tracy McGrady! For all that u brought to the game.— Quincy Miller (@qmillertime) August 26, 2013
S/o to Tmac on a great career. One of the most talented players ever in the Nba.. #bigtimerespect— Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) August 26, 2013
Thank you T-Mac! One of the players who inspired me as a child! Done so much for the game! Congrats on a great career.— Maurice Harkless (@moe_harkless) August 26, 2013
TMAC retiring! He use to get buckets! Def think he should be in HOF!— Jodie Meeks (@Jmeeks20) August 26, 2013
Shout to @Real_T_Mac for his retirement. He made his mark on the League and was one of the best big guards to get it done. Congrats, homie!— Ben Gordon (@BenGordon8) August 26, 2013
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