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Tracy McGrady explains how he used his own shoes to shut down opponent’s trash talk | The Jump





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Rachel Nichols, Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady of The Jump debate whether Philadelphia 76ers’ Joel Embiid’s constant banter with other players is good for the NBA and why it’s effective for the All-Star center. McGrady tells a great story of trash talk where he once told an opponent, “look at your own team, they’re wearing T-Macs.”

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27 thoughts on “Tracy McGrady explains how he used his own shoes to shut down opponent’s trash talk | The Jump”

  1. Yoooo .. Westbrook is such a pussy .. so you lost the handle on the ball Embid was already going to jump he's suppose to stop in midair .. then you pop up off the ground with the ultimate hold me back move 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️😂😂😂😂.. you wasn't gonna do 💩💩

  2. i thought he was inferring that he would use his shoes to kick people in the nuts on his fadeaways.
    tell me somebody remembers tmacs fadeaways lol

  3. Theres talking trash to gain a strategic edge, n then theres immaturity. Joel Embiid, n the rest of these kiddos in the nba like Devin Booker, theyre childish. Theyre jus immature kids tryna act tough n gain recognition in an adults world, they want the attention, thats why they cant control how they act n what they say.

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