Originally Posted by LoneyROY7
No, which sort of puts them on equal footing.
I don't know what really gives Dwyane Wade the clear edge deserving of trust in the playoffs. He's had more shots in the postseason with a better team surrounding him.
McGrady was dynomite in 2005 when he finally joined a good team. He thoroughly outplayed Dirk on both ends of the floor, but Yao was fatigued and the roleplayers were nonexistent.
After that postseason, he was pretty much on a seesaw of bad health with Yao and never really got aligned to make a cohesive push.
Wade had the benefit of more appearances with solid help.