Hes cardiovascular fitness is bad, but his outside shooting is good, last year he shot the three ball at 45%.
On a positive note , at least he looks injury free in terms of his gait, no limping or any overt signs of injury.
To me the issue seems motivation, he probably didn't stay motivated and fit over the off season and therefore didn't no NBA contract.
It's a interesting question why some players recovery fully from injury and others don't. I would have to say the lack of motivation by T mac would have to be one of the reasons. I just can't see him doing the conditioning work that a Kobe or MJ would do to recovery and give himself the best chance of getting back to his prime.
But at the same time, T mac did show he could still play last year,
maybe his attitude to training, put him offside with the coach and he didn't get any substantial minutes.
It's probably better for him to play in a weaker league and be the scorer, because he would of only get limited minutes in the league these days. Much like the end of Michael Finely career at Boston.
I always feel that big time scores, Iverson & T mac, are better off playing in other leagues and do what they are best at, scoring.
In the NBA at their end of careers, they would only get limited minutes, and that sad to see.
Watching guys like IA and T mac fade away in the NBA , gives me much more appreciation for players like Ray Allen, Kobe and even MJ, who played at a high level late in their careers.