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Don’t Wave Your Finger At Tracy McGrady

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This picture taken on November 20, 2012 shows former NBA player Tracy McGrady (L) of the Qingdao Eagles dribbling the ball during a match in Qingdao, south China's Shandong province. Authorities in China halted a basketball match involving former NBA superstar Tracy McGrady after fans began tossing objects onto the court, angry at his limited time in the game, a report said on November 21. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

This picture taken on November 20, 2012 shows former NBA player Tracy McGrady (L) of the Qingdao Eagles dribbling the ball during a match in Qingdao, south China’s Shandong province. Authorities in China halted a basketball match involving former NBA superstar Tracy McGrady after fans began tossing objects onto the court, angry at his limited time in the game, a report said on November 21. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

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By: Evan Jankens

Former Detroit Pistons Forward Tracy McGrady has made $162 million in his NBA career but for some reason he is playing in China right now. Did T-Mac really need the $1 million that he is being paid there? Who knows. One thing I do know is if you are playing against T-Mac and you make a three; probably not the wisest move to try to show him up and wave your finger at him.

In the video below you see a Chinese player drain a three then act like it was the best thing he has ever done and waved his finger at McGrady ala Dikembe Mutombo. This didn’t sit too well with McGrady because he made sure he let the Chinese player know he wasn’t too fond of the show boating by throwing an elbow into the player’s chest. Now the elbow wasn’t as fierce as the Chinese player made it look, but check out the video below and be a judge for yourself.

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