Where "T-Mac Can't Advance Happens"...Until Now

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With game 6 approaching, don't count the Rockets out of the series.  Yes, they are definitely missing Yao, but they do have enough to take care of the Jazz.  I believe in T-mac.  So many have counted him and his team out during this series, but they are poised to make a statement in game 6 and take the series in 7.  Don't forget....this is the same team that won 22 straight against legitimate contenders from around the league.  People talk about him being washed up and not being a leader, yet it's not his fault for his team's faulty performance in the playoffs.  In the deciding game 7 last year, he almost had a triple double.  He was getting his teammates involved, grabbing boards and had 29 points.  What more do you want out of a leader?  The keys to game 6 and 7 are going to be his teammates.  Whenever T-Mac has the ball, you can easily see that the whole Jazz team is focused on him.  It's as if he's playing 5 on 1 when he has the ball.  People complain about him not being clutch, but how can he shoot when guarded by an entire team.  His teammates must step up and they're going to.  I have faith in them just as T-Mac has shown to have faith in them, and with the addition of Rafer Alston after game 2, the tide has shifted.  This is the year Tracy McGrady advances out of the first round and leads his Rockets to a second round matchup with the Lakers. Go Get Em T-Mac!!!!! 

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