Cohen's Analysis: Tracy McGrady is inarguably one of the most electrifying scorers in NBA history. Particularly during his days in Orlando, T-Mac was unconquerable and had an offensive engine that almost never had mechanical failure.

The night that is most symbolic of this attribute was on March 10, 2004 when McGrady lit up the Washington Wizards for a franchise-best 62 points.

If not for missing 10 of his final 11 shots and nine free throws, it’s very possible T-Mac would have accomplished what Kobe Bryant masterfully did a few years later when he erupted for 81 points in a game.




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