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Mar. 04, 2010 - Nueva York, NY, EEUU - NEW YORK (USA), 03/03/2010.- New York Knicks' Tracy McGrady tries to score, during the NBA basketball match played against Detroit Pistons at the Madison Square Garden in New York, USA, 03 March 2010.

Tracy McGrady is past his prime and I don’t see him playing in another All-Star game; the once great player has been trying to find a new home after the Knicks decided to stay away.  McGrady had been a prolific scorer, but due to injures he never returned to his former state.  After weeks and weeks of waiting, Tracy McGrady is close to signing with a team;  the Detroit Pistons look like the next stop for T-Mac.

Tracy McGrady and the Detroit Pistons are discussing a possible contract: USA Today

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