From the moment Tracy McGrady first appeared on The Jump, ESPN’s Rachel Nichols has always introduced the seven-time All-Star as “Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady.” That title becomes reality on Friday, when McGrady is enshrined in Springfield, Massachusetts, alongside the the legends of basketball. McGrady played 938 regular-season games in his NBA career — plus another 50 in the postseason — so it’s hard to narrow down all his great moments, but here are 10 of the most memorable, exciting, show-stopping games on his path from high school to the NBA to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. 10. 27 pts vs. Cavaliers (April 10, 2000) If we’re being entirely objective, this probably isn’t one of McGrady’s 10 best single games, but it stands out for what it represented. It was one of the last games a young McGrady played for the Toronto Raptors, before leaving in free agency over the summer, and it gave Toronto fans a glimpse of…

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