Tracy McGrady who officially announced his retirement from the NBA in August will be honored by the Orlando Magic on Nov. 1 during their home opener against the New Orleans Pelicans.

In addition to being recognized during a center court ceremony McGrady will serve as a color commentator during a portion of the FOX Sports Florida television broadcast.

McGrady played four seasons in Orlando (2000-2004) where he blossomed into one of the NBA's top scorers and led the Magic to the playoffs three times. He owns the team record for highest regular-season scoring average (28.1 ppg) and most points scored in a single game (62 points March 10 2004 vs. Washington).

In total McGrady played 16 seasons in the NBA winning two scoring titles and appearing in seven All-Star Games.