Critics of the NBA's age rule that forces young players to attend one year of college before playing in the NBA often mention Tracy McGrady as an example of why prospects should be able to enter the league straight out of high school.

McGrady has had a successful 16-year career, winning two scoring titles, and was been named to the All-NBA First Team twice.

However, McGrady, now playing for the San Antonio Spurs, says he doesn't think players should do it the way he did, make the prep-to-pros jump. He came from Mount Zion Christian Academy in Durham, N.C. to the Toronto Raptors as the No. 9 overall pick in the 1997 draft.