22. Tracy McGrady to Orlando
McGrady was part of one of the most exciting duos in recent memory, teaming with his cousin Vince Carter in Toronto. Unfortunately for the Raptors, McGrady yearned for more. After spending the first three years of his career north of the border, McGrady elected to sign with the Orlando Magic heading into the 2000 season. Over the next four years, McGrady became one of the league’s best players.
During his short stint in Orlando, McGrady was named to the All-NBA First Team twice (2002, 2003) and the All-NBA Second Team twice (2001, 2004). McGrady led the NBA in scoring in 2003 and 2004, finishing a career-best fourth in MVP voting following the 2003 campaign. T-Mac established himself as a top player by setting career marks with an average of 28.1 points per game, 7.0 rebounds, and 5.2 assists during his tenure in Orlando.
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