Tracy McGrady Says Houston’s 22-Game Winning Streak Was ‘A Lot Harder’ Than Miami’s

With a 108-91 victory in Toronto Sunday, the Miami Heat tied the Houston Rockets for the second longest winning streak in NBA history at 22 games, but Tracy McGrady, who led his team on the impressive streak in 2007-08, says the way they did it “was a lot harder.”

According to Chris Broussard, ESPN:

“I’m enjoying watching because of the unknown,” McGrady, by text, said of the Heat’s run. “But the way we did it was a lot harder. Having Yao [Ming] go out [due to injury] around the 12th game and Dikembe [Mutombo] filling his role was huge for our team. And we didn’t have three guys making $100 million.”

3 Comments

  1. Lee

    03/19/2013 at 8:51 PM

    If LBJ wins 7 titles, they will say MJ was harder or better
    If the Heat break the streak, Houston’s and then LA’s was better
    If LBJ wins more MVP’s than MJ, MJ was better
    If the Heat…anyone else did it better, higher, harder

    So funny especially coming from grown men.

  2. V

    03/19/2013 at 9:12 PM

    Dude, you really ALREADY comparing LeBum to MJ…?!?! When did you start watching basketball – 2003…?!?!

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