ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The Orlando Magic is honoring Florida native and former all-star Tracy McGrady during its regular season opener.
The Magic will recognize McGrady, a native of Auburndale, when it plays its first home game of the season on Nov. 1.
McGrady is the first of several players the team is honoring during its "Legends Nights" as part of its 25th anniversary season-long celebration.
McGrady signed with the Magic in 2000 and played four seasons in Orlando. He led the Magic to three playoff appearances and scored a franchise-best 62 points against Washington in 2004.
The 34-year-old and seven-time all-star was signed by San Antonio in the playoffs last season, but retired from the NBA in August.
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