For example, from ESPN's True Hoop blog:
"As McGrady goes deeper into the region and the stories of bloodshed become more grotesque, his mild observations evolve into expressions of heartfelt concern. The most profound and heartbreaking lesson we learn from 3 Points is that the victims of Darfur know that there are people nearby who want to slaughter them and their families (they've witnessed as much). But they're completely unaware that there are people who want to help.
It's this reality that drives McGrady more than anything."
Tracy McGrady's 3 Points
(Update @ 3:00 AM: Please take an hour to watch this. It is an amazing film and McGrady should be applauded for his efforts. This is not a celebrity going through the motions like we too often see. This is a man, albeit one who plays basketball for a living, having his eyes opened to real strife, struggle, and tragedy and trying to make a difference.)