McGrady didn't play at all last regular season, but joined the San Antonio Spurs for their playoff run to the NBA Finals. The 34-year-old appeared in six postseason games, not scoring a single point while getting just over five minutes of action per game.
McGrady was drafted No. 9 overall out of high school by the Toronto Raptors in the 1997 NBA Draft. After three seasons in Toronto, the seven-time All-Star blossomed into one of the league's top scorers with the Orlando Magic. McGrady led the league in scoring with 32.1 points per game in 2002-03 and then won the crown again with a scoring average of 28.0 points per game the following year.
McGrady averaged 19.6 points over the course of his 16-year career. He'll unfortunately best be remembered for never winning a championship, especially because he was never able to guide his team out of the first round -- playing his first games past that point as a bit player with the Spurs last season.