While on NBA TV's Open Court, Tracy McGrady revealed something that he's never told anyone before. McGrady once considered "getting an advantage" after he underwent microfracture surgery on his knee in 2009. While we don't want to give away too much of T-Mac's admission, we will say that he felt as though he was never going to naturally get back to his original form, where he averaged in the mid to late 20s in points per game.

As it turns out, McGrady was a shell of his former self following the surgery. And while using some sort of performance-enhancing drugs probably would've helped him temporarily, it would've definitely hurt him and his legacy in the long run. Good choice, T-Mac. 

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[via Beyond The Buzzer]