Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier managed to tick off a basketball Hall of Famer.
After JR Smith commented on a SLAM online post by saying that Kevin Durant would beat Tracy McGrady in a one-on-one game to 11, Fournier agreed with Smith's comment on Instagram. However, McGrady himself replied to Fournier and said "bruh, break one of my records in that uniform then you can comment!"
Don't mess with T-Mac bruh pic.twitter.com/8udGLwvvxT— Thomas Carannante (@TurkeyTom17) December 10, 2018
Boy, I wouldn't want to get on T-Mac's bad side especially if I played for his former team. McGrady played with Orlando from 2000-04 and even averaged 32.1 points per game during the 2002-03 season. If it weren't for injuries, he would've had a longer more successful career.
Fournier shouldn't talk bad about a man who once scored 13 points in 35 seconds.
14 years ago today, Tracy McGrady scored 13 PTS IN 35 SECONDS!— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) December 9, 2018
It’s arguably the most epic comeback in NBA history.
Don't disrespect your elders, Evan, and you better hope you don't bump into T-Mac in the near future because he'll be inclined to give you the sauce.