Tracy McGrady on 2020 Hall of Fame Class: 'It Is Arguably The Greatest Of All-Time' | ALL THE SMOKE

2020-ж., 24-май.
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Tracy McGrady discusses the 2020 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class that includes Kobe, Kevin Garnett, & Tim Duncan. T-Mac talks about why it is one of the greatest classes of all-time and tells stories of playing against some of the soon-to-be members.
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  • Tmac is the best scorer for me. I didnt see michael btw

    aldrin de jesusaldrin de jesus4 ай мурун
  • I had a pair of "T-Mac" Adidas. kgworld.info/wiki/video/0K2EiJSXa6Vk1os

    Hamilton Massey IIHamilton Massey II5 ай мурун
  • Paul Pierce is the GOAT.

    Mllr HrMllr Hr5 ай мурун
    • 😂😂

      Arash AwesomenessArash Awesomeness4 ай мурун
  • congrats Tracy, all the best from Aruba always a fan

    glenn yarzagarayglenn yarzagaray5 ай мурун
  • Giving him the hall of fame #giving has giving hall of fame no value anymore. Has accomplished nothing (granted had injuries), no playoffs at all and is a hall of fame. Wow.

    Nstrumentalist1986Nstrumentalist19865 ай мурун
  • C'mon now Tmac was a very good player but a HOF, smh but Stephen Jackson isn't and he won?.

    David ArmstrongDavid Armstrong5 ай мурун
    • Tmac definetly deserves to be in the hall of fame

      Arash AwesomenessArash Awesomeness4 ай мурун
  • Back in the early 2000s, TMac vs Kobe it could’ve gone either way

    Andrew JAndrew J5 ай мурун
  • Dam kobe couldn't wait for your hall.of fame speech ☹☹😔😔😔 rest up king you were special very blessed to grow with you and watch you all the way back home on joy road and fielding in Detroit ,MI much love bro you got me thru lot knowing what you went thru but always kept it professional great role model life will not be all sunny and you have to respect and accept the rain to.appreciate the sunshine like really appreciate it when you wake up thats your million dollar suitcase see your loved ones and 1 question, how will you be great today miss you kobe

    1motorcitychop1motorcitychop5 ай мурун
  • You can hear the pain still when Mac talks about Kobe. Still unreal. 2020 gotta go!

    CJKB247CJKB2475 ай мурун
  • Tmac or/vs Kobe was a legit topic of discussion back in the day. I picked tmac because his game was silky smooth like MJ. He made the game look easy. It's a shame that injuries robbed him of a better career. Imagine injury free tmac vs kobe. That would have been a spectacle.

    RubentastiqueRubentastique5 ай мурун
  • He said he was only a contender with Orlando? You can argue Houston had better teams than his Orlando days. I do understand west was thougher those days but still tho

    Pedro AntunesPedro Antunes5 ай мурун
  • Tim Duncan almost signed says Doc Rivers, but they actually only had enough money for 2 of the three players and would have taken Hill and Duncan if choosing

    no commentno comment5 ай мурун
  • 2:49 Me nutting with headphones on since I get conscious of how loud I sound lol

    Joshua MaulaJoshua Maula5 ай мурун
  • I remember that Rockets team with Ron Artest. If that team were healthy, they could have been champions that year. Imagine a healthy T-Mac and Yao with elbow king Ron Artest, Scola and Battier.

    Joshua MaulaJoshua Maula5 ай мурун
  • The year he averaged 32 a game was insane. T-Mac was a scoring machine.

    Rob LepperRob Lepper5 ай мурун
  • How is he HOF, a first ballot one at that. He never even got out the first round.

    Judah MournethJudah Mourneth5 ай мурун
  • TMac was on the Spurs too.

    Nonne BNonne B5 ай мурун
  • Congrats T-Mac!

    Happy GilmoreHappy Gilmore5 ай мурун
  • “Never been on a championship team” bruh you did play for the spurs 🤦🏾‍♂️

    Donavan McdabbDonavan Mcdabb5 ай мурун
    • He only played a total of about 30 minutes from six games for them and it was in the playoffs. He also didn't even score any points at all lol.

      FusionnFusionn5 ай мурун
    • Donavan McDabb he was old ass hell😂

      BIG PAINBIG PAIN5 ай мурун
  • Tracy nice asf but he not an HoF you have no playoff moments in a league half of teams make it

    marquise hamiltonmarquise hamilton5 ай мурун
  • Hey T Mac, the hof is your reward plus the millions of nba t Mac fans for whom you are their MJ their Kobe their lebron. Always loved your game

    thePaperDinosaurthePaperDinosaur5 ай мурун
  • One of my favorites.....top 5 favorite player, for me. Loved everything about T-Mac's game. Beast in every sense

    Andre BurrowAndre Burrow5 ай мурун
  • I like how the stream connection is on point. None of that lag like ESPN streams lol

    JVJV5 ай мурун
  • Tmac could of won on the rockets

    Red KingRed King5 ай мурун
  • In 2001 if grant was healthy it would have been Lakers and magic

    Korey JohnsonKorey Johnson5 ай мурун
    • I would have loved to see tmac vs kobe in the finals.

      Arash AwesomenessArash Awesomeness4 ай мурун
  • Man tmac said he has a connection with Kobe that nobody else has... I think he did

    Chris LChris L5 ай мурун
  • This is "Exhibit A" of what's wrong with the basketball Hall of Fame..While I like T-Mac, he is not a Hall Of Famer! There had been many great scorers in the NBA/College who are not in the Hall. Where is : 1) Dale Ellis 2) Dale Curry 3) Vinny Johnson 4) Roland Blackmon, 5) Mark Aguirre 6) Robert Horry... 8) Otis Thorpe 9) Bill Laimbeer `10) Chauncey Billups 11) Rip Hamilton 12) Rasheed Wallace 13) Ben Wallace.. The Ball Hall of fame has become a TV marketing show..Nothing..

    JJDPRO MEDIAPRODUCTIONJJDPRO MEDIAPRODUCTION5 ай мурун
  • By far the most underrated goat in NBA history

    Alberto AcevedoAlberto Acevedo5 ай мурун
    • @Average Mo You right. I didn't meant to say 38. I meant at 34 he was leading the league at 29 pts a game and finished at 27.3.

      Dj HusselDj Hussel5 ай мурун
    • Kabir Bariana ya I feel like some people don’t know what goat means lol

      Michael AMichael A5 ай мурун
    • @Dj Hussel kobe did not play until 38. He was retired by then and had a terrible last 2 seasons in the NBA. As a diehard kobe fan it was hard to watch him play in his last few seasons.

      Average MoAverage Mo5 ай мурун
    • @richard dean i understand that. A.I was my fav player until i got hipped on Kobe mind frame n how he approached the game. But Tmac was definitely on par with Iverson. It comes down to playoff matchups. Which is why Lebron stayed on the East n which I dnt blame him because ppl dnt see the uphill battles. In 02 McGrady lost to the hornets averaging 31 while Baron Davis averaging 25. The hornets players averaged (without BD n Tmac pts) 76pts to Magic 63 pts plus out rebound them every game. Tmac wouldve had to avg. at least 45 pts just to barely win. In 03 The Magic was face to face with the Detroit champs who played swarming defense on Tmac because he was the only scorer who still took them to 7 games putting up 43 n 46 in 2 games while avg. 32. He had one team mate who only had 14 pg. and everbody else under 10pts a game. Thats a lot to ask for out of a player giving their all

      Dj HusselDj Hussel5 ай мурун
    • @Dj Hussel i cnt lie i cnt put him ahead of A.I i mean i looked up to A.I too much and he took his team to the finals. He was like 6'0 nothing but heart

      richard deanrichard dean5 ай мурун
  • I like how Tmac says KG was from another planet with how he was playing...Kg's prime was insane just didn't have a solid number 2 option like the other top tier teams had.

    -DarkCloud- 5407-DarkCloud- 54075 ай мурун
    • @mansoor p Well they probably would of won in 04 had Sam Cassell not gotten injured...You cant think Kobe (since he was 2nd fiddle to Shaq) is on par with a 33 year old Latrell and the Spurs had alot of solid role players and the Piston were basically a 5 team unit of all bubble allstars...Dirk always had alot of teammates if Dirk and KG switched spots we wouldn't be even talking about Dirk right now...You seem to not take into account that KG's offense he could of scored more points no question but he was averaging 5 or more assist during his prime that's insane for a PF he even averaged 6 for an entire season. His MVP season was better than Dirk or Duncans as well...24/14/5/2/2 with great defense

      -DarkCloud- 5407-DarkCloud- 54075 ай мурун
    • Early 2000s basketball was different. There never really was a duo tandem of superstars with the exception of the Lakers (shaq and kobe). 00-02 Lakers were champs, 03 Spurs (Duncan was #1 and rest talented bunch), 04 Pistons (no superstars), 05 Spurs (Duncan #1), 06 Heat (Shaq...wade lit up the finals but wasn't a superstar up to that point), 07 (best spurs team legit stacked), 08 Celtics (big 3) Timberwolves had one legit chance of winning the championship and that was in 04. KG timmberwolves had the #1 seed and KG was the MVP. His wolves were pretty good. Last great year by sprewell and Cassel. A team with enough talent to win it but never got it done. Sometimes I think KG was extremely overrated. I never saw him in Duncans class or Nowitski and not even Prime Amare. He was a hell of a defender but his offensive game had much to be desired. I never understood the hype. Duncan had unstoppable moves (posting and hitting the glass on a turnaround), Nowitski could shoot it anywhere, and so forth. T-Mac had a 3 year window of being the best basketball player on the planet. As soon as he gets to the rockets like a year later he got injured and then it kept happening.

      mansoor pmansoor p5 ай мурун
  • Birthday bro's!!

    Milky TVMilky TV5 ай мурун
  • Crazy how Matt Barnes & Steven Jackson both good players but not on T-Mac level and got a ring.

    DJVlad TrollDJVlad Troll5 ай мурун
    • They just had opportunities as role players. Its saids like cheating but role players may not get the checks that all stars get but they will be able to get rings that some all stars will never get. Even though their skill sets deserve rings their teams can be under matched against these big 3 teams or squads that have a deep bench

      Jeremy HeadenJeremy Headen5 ай мурун
    • All about the other 11

      Korey JohnsonKorey Johnson5 ай мурун
    • There's nothing crazy about that at all.

      Pre LawPre Law5 ай мурун
  • If TMac played with Shaq 😯

    ten 2twelveten 2twelve5 ай мурун
  • U had Vc

    Remember-ReadABook KnowYourHistoryHotepRemember-ReadABook KnowYourHistoryHotep5 ай мурун
    • He was a teenager

      Pre LawPre Law5 ай мурун
  • Ticket & T-Mac together would have been amazing to see. T-Mac’s game was elite. Love hearing him talk about the game and watching old footage of his time in the NBA

    Shion FrancoisShion Francois5 ай мурун
  • T mac is speaking the truth go ask former players how hard it was to beat the big ticket kevin Garnett the big fundamental tim Duncan's may he rest in peace the black mamba kobe bryant.

    2 Legit2 Legit5 ай мурун
  • T Mac just said what I’ve said for years: Michael is the greatest SG of all time but Kobe is the most skilled. His package was just different

    Shawn TurnerShawn Turner5 ай мурун
    • rock davis lol. I’m a fan of the game. LeBron is my favorite player. Jordan is a better player than Kobe. I’m not arguing that point. I’m simply talking about skill. When we talking about skill, we not talking about efficiency or stats. We’re talking about your moves. What you do to create space, your footwork, how you play angles, etc. In that area, Kobe was better because (as someone noted above), Jordan was more athletic (in comparison to his peers) so he didn’t have to rely on skill as much. The same way that most of LeBron career, he’s played bully ball with precision passing, his scoring hasn’t been super skillful (not until later in his career). Kobe’s footwork is better than Mike’s. He scored from more areas of the floor. He had the ability to learn from greats that played with Micheal and incorporate them into his game. Subtle hooks, spins, and different dribble moves, it’s a total package. I’m not arguing who’s better. If you’ve been thinking that for days, you haven’t actually paid attention to a single word, just posting because you’re emotionally

      Shawn TurnerShawn Turner5 ай мурун
    • @Shawn Turner Kobe copy Every move Jordan did. knock it off you another Kobe fanboy who just speaking with your emotions than speaking the truth

      rock davisrock davis5 ай мурун
    • Happy Gilmore you also can’t come on a post and say “a lot of people would say different” and not have any facts of that. Like where are all these people saying what you claim to be true?

      Shawn TurnerShawn Turner5 ай мурун
    • Happy Gilmore other people brought up how many people agreed with the comment. My original post said that TMac said what I’ve said for years. I didn’t need anyone to agree with me for me to believe what I believe. Michael was great but Kobe had more tools in his bag.

      Shawn TurnerShawn Turner5 ай мурун
    • @Shawn Turner these people using shooting percentages even though Kobe played in probably the least efficient era in basketball

      Dylen WorthingtonDylen Worthington5 ай мурун
  • T mac cannot let the grant hill thing go 😂

    Husaam MaawiaHusaam Maawia5 ай мурун
    • i dont blame him. he spent years of his prime on a sorry ass team

      Calvin ZhangCalvin Zhang5 ай мурун
  • Tmac was so underrated. He and Iverson are my two 🐐's

    The ConquerorThe Conqueror5 ай мурун
    • Iverson was my idol as a kid

      David BrownDavid Brown5 ай мурун
    • Das facts

      David BrownDavid Brown5 ай мурун
  • If kevin garnett was in the spurs rather than timmy. KG would have 5. Timmy had a great career because of the spurs.

    エリジャスティンエリジャスティン5 ай мурун
    • Hero of Justice the admiral got his ass destroyed by hakeem. He’s a fraud

      BorneGamer ZBorneGamer Z5 ай мурун
    • Spurs are nothing without Duncan. Look at the spurs now since kawhi left...

      BorneGamer ZBorneGamer Z5 ай мурун
    • What are you guys talking about, the spurs weren’t bums before TD, hell, the admiral lead them to the conference finals two seasons before TD got there. They were a constant playoff team before TD and the only reason they got him was cause the admiral got hurt and they made it into the lottery. KG had to develop under a sub par Flip Saunders (good but not great) and mentored by an underwhelming Sam Mitchell, imagine KG being mentored by David Robinson and Pop, no disrespect to TD but saying Spurs wouldn’t win if they had KG instead is straight blasphemous.

      Harem RouteHarem Route5 ай мурун
    • Pre Law, great input.

      daindigokiddaindigokid5 ай мурун
    • @daindigokid I agree with everything you said except Duncan came in the league ready. He was an MVP candidate his first year in the league and won a ring in his second. KG averaged 10ppg in his rookie year, Tim Duncan was flat out a better from jump. Pop may not even have lasted as a coach for the Spurs if they don't acquire Duncan.

      Pre LawPre Law5 ай мурун
  • Timmy would just be like Kevin garnett if he didnt play for the spurs.

    エリジャスティンエリジャスティン5 ай мурун
    • @S.A.O Tim duncan never play against shaq in the finals .

      yon guiyon gui5 ай мурун
    • Pre Law Not a fair comparison, TD played four years in college and came into the NBA with exp and made a starter, KG came straight out of high school and came off the bench.

      Harem RouteHarem Route5 ай мурун
    • @S.A.O He was 2 blocks shy

      Pre LawPre Law5 ай мурун
    • Timmy was a MVP candidate his first year in the league, KG averaged 10ppg his first year. Stop it learn basketball

      Pre LawPre Law5 ай мурун
    • champagne kevin oh my bad he only had a quadruple double in the last game of the finals but aberagin 27 14 and 2 is nothin right

      S.A.OS.A.O5 ай мурун
  • He was legit the best player of the early 2000s. His Magics were awful tho

    mansoor pmansoor p5 ай мурун
  • To me....in my opinion..I think Duncan is overrated. I still respect his contributions to the game and especially to the spurs organization but in my eyes he’s not touching Barkley, Malone, or McHale(arguable). I see Duncan being a top 3 or 4 all time. I’m not factoring in when talking about the greatest PLAYERS of all time. Not who has the most rings. Etc

    TrueKnicksFan25TrueKnicksFan255 ай мурун
    • Russell Green I know that. This was just my opinion. I never said he was a bum or he had no competition All I said was I’d take those guys ahead of him. From my perspective the only one I would take Duncan over is McHale. Of course Duncan is a hall of famer and the face of the Spurs organization even over Gervin but Barkley and Malone were beasts in their own right. Malone is the 2nd all time in scoring. All 4 are great regardless. Again, this is just my opinion. I sincerely would love to hear yours

      TrueKnicksFan25TrueKnicksFan255 ай мурун
    • It’s not just chips bro did y’all watch this man compete against Shaw Yao kg dirk amari any bug you name Duncan then put buckets on dog then hit clutch playofff shots. People just be talking and don’t know shit

      Russell GreenRussell Green5 ай мурун
    • champagne kevin I’m not talking about chips. If that’s the case then Robert Horry is the best pf ever. I’m talking about PLAYER. Secondly this is my opinion if you don’t like it then go kick rocks. If you read what I put I said I respect him for what he did for the Spurs insinuating that the Spurs wouldn’t be the Spurs without him. Period.

      TrueKnicksFan25TrueKnicksFan255 ай мурун
    • Tremayne Williams winning chips doesn’t make you the best of all time. If that’s the case then Horry is the best PF of all time. I’m talking about player...not chips.

      TrueKnicksFan25TrueKnicksFan255 ай мурун
    • LEZ not really. McHale wasn’t flashy either. Some other people might say that Malone was just a pick and roller. I respect Duncan because without him the Spurs wouldn’t have won multiple chips and he’s a winner no question. I just think he’s not better as a player than the 3 guys I mentioned. The only one I could probably replace with is McHale

      TrueKnicksFan25TrueKnicksFan255 ай мурун
  • Kobe baby Kobe maybe Tracy McGrady!

    Jay wavvyJay wavvy5 ай мурун
  • Tracy McGrady deserves hall of fame. A lethal scorer

    Ra MiRa Mi5 ай мурун
    • He is already in the hall of fame.

      Arash AwesomenessArash Awesomeness4 ай мурун
    • @Fuck You cap

      Christian AcostaChristian Acosta5 ай мурун
    • And passer. Tracy would have been better than Kobe without injuries.

      Fuck YouFuck You5 ай мурун
    • Aubhrey Pender imo Webber and McGrady are the same tier of player.

      Kabir BarianaKabir Bariana5 ай мурун
    • JustWhisky he was definitely better than Chris Webber, but I agree Webber should be in

      Aubhrey PenderAubhrey Pender5 ай мурун
  • 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾😭😭😭😭💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾😭😭😭 he deserve it the only player to not win a ring but deserve to be handed one Kobe#Goat Tmac one the greatest scores ever

    Justin TimeJustin Time5 ай мурун
  • Mannnnnnn I'm trying to hold back tears, even though I am an A.I. fan... this man right here, was fucking AMAZING!!

    New EraNew Era5 ай мурун
  • Tmac was the truth

    yonathon isrealyonathon isreal5 ай мурун
    • @Jay_Are he never smelled the thruths shorts

      The real MVPThe real MVP5 ай мурун
    • yea he was a bucket too bad he never smelled the second round

      Jay_AreJay_Are5 ай мурун
  • 😎😎

    Anthony ConcepcionAnthony Concepcion5 ай мурун
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