1. Tracy McGrady
McGrady played for the San Antonio Spurs in six games for 31 total minutes during the 2013 playoffs. The team lost to the Heatles with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh in the NBA Finals, but T-Mac was limited to mop-up duties throughout the postseason. Consider it part of singing just days before the postseason began.
McGrady makes this list on a technicality. For record-keeping purposes, playoff games do not count for records. McGrady signed on April 16 and did not play in the regular season. He never played a statistically counted minute with the Spurs, despite playing in their postseason run.
T-Mac was playing in China before coming to San Antonio. He retired from the NBA after the 2013 playoffs. The seven-time All-Star was well past his prime, but the future Hall of Famer wanted one final crack at a championship. The Spurs fell short, but McGrady knew it was time to call it quits.
Who will be the next player to make this list? The San Antonio Spurs will be active and aggressive in the trade market when Victor Wembanyama proves he is a star. That means more moves and acquiring some guys that will never actually play for the Spurs. Stay tuned to find out who.