Is it true that we're thinking about trading T-Mac? Cuz i've heard from alot of people thats saying that, and I wanna get the correct answer, so do yall know?
i have heard and read numerous reports that T-Mac is unhappy in Houston... figures, he is the problem not the Rockets, he did the same thing in Orlando... got 'unhappy' and they traded him. the Rockets need to trade him while they still can!
*The Houston Rockets won their first back-to-back set and had at least five players in double figures for the second straight game, both without Tracy McGrady. That's giving the team more reason to move McGrady, who is said to have quietly let it be known he's no longer happy in Houston*
*reports have the Bulls in talks to acquire Tracy McGrady from the Rockets in a trade, according to the Chicago Sun-Times,. The story speculates that Ben Wallace would be part of that deal if it pans out*
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Last edited by ThyGreatOne : 01-15-2008 at 10:20 AM.
Before the Rockets think about trading T-Mac, they should think twice with their point guards. The problem is not T-Mac, it's the guards that hog the ball too much. OR when T-Mac is in, he himself hogs the ball. Here is a good suggestion; get Luke Ridnour from the Sonics while Presti and PJ are still trying to figure out what to do, and also while Luke is in PJ's doghouse. The Rockets have enough scorers, they need someone who is willing to pass the ball. I mean passing the ball well.
Everyone says T-mac is killing the ball movement, but when T-mac was playing the team never moved the ball like they do now. Now they are playing offense because of better ball movement and just because T-mac isn't playing it becomes his fault. T-mac is not a player that chooses to run iso play after iso play, he has no problem moving the ball and giving it up. At the beginning of the year he and bonzi were the only ones that really ran the offense well. There are a lot T-mac trade rumors out now, it just what happens when a team is struggling.
hey i'm just kicking around ideas here but one thing for sure, the Rockets have got to trade McGrady. i mean look at this guys track record, he is always injured, and has never lead his team out of the 1st round of the playoffs even thou his team has been up 3 - 1 in a series before. i have no idea why the Rockets traded for him in the first place. i never thought it was going to work out or be a good idea, and i am beyond glad that my Phoenix Suns never made that ridiclous Marion/Barbosa deal to Orlando for a crippled T-Mac. i vote (not that it counts or matters) that Houston trade McGrady while they still can and while he still has trade value before he flat demands a trade and kinda forces the Rockets hand if you will. we all seen him do this in Orlando and trust me he will do the same in Houston
this is what i think, i think all this talk is just rumors, we dont need to trade tmac, he just needs to get out of his injury and after he comes back, him and yao will play like they did in the beginning of the year and we're gonna be good again. i think we just need to wait. we just need tmac and yao to play seriously together, yao is playing awesome, we just need tmac to play like yao and will be an awesome team.
It's true my Rockets do have a little more chemistry together w/o T-Mac but there's no one on that team that has that "killer instinct" as he does. Sure he takes too many shots but that's because everyone else around him is just standing and watching. Yao has his good days and bad days but no one else steps up. We all know that when T-Mac is on, he's one of the best in the League but he's so injury prone sometimes. But all lies.