Tracy McGrady was often alone. For much of his career, he carried his teams—and with little assistance. Straight out of high school, McGrady became an essential player thanks, in part, to his versatility. And while glory always eluded him in the postseason, his accomplishments warrant attention. McGrady made seven NBA All-Star appearances, and was named to the the All-NBA First Team twice, the All-NBA Second Team three times, and the All-NBA Third Team twice. While playing for Orlando, McGrady snagged the NBA scoring title twice. He also racked up memorable games that deserve to be more than footnotes—like scoring thirteen points in just over thirty seconds while playing for the Rockets in 2004 and racking up sixty-two points in a single game against the Wizards that same year. Thanks to Stance’s Tracy McGrady, you can give T-Mac the attention he’s always deserved.