Whether you remember Tracy McGrady's career for the low points (his playoff futility) or the high (13 points in 35 seconds), his time as a Houston Rocket is arguably the prime chapter of his career.
This weekend, McGrady was enshrined to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, headlining the class of 2017.
Houston wasn't the first — or last — stop in his 16-year career, but "T-Mac" logged the most seasons with the Rockets at six.
He was drafted out of high school by the Toronto Raptors in 1997. After playing next to his distant cousin and future hall-of-famer Vince Carter, McGrady signed in free agency with the Orlando Magic, where he rose to stardom as an elite scorer.
McGrady was sent to Houston before the 2004-2005 season in a transaction that saw him trade places with Steve Francis.
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