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Chris Webber

Basketball Player
Male
Born Mar 1, 1973

Mayce Edward Christopher "Chris" Webber III, nicknamed C-Webb, is a retired American professional basketball player. He is a five-time NBA All-Star, a former All-NBA First Teamer, a former NBA Rookie of the Year, and a former #1 overall NBA Draftee.

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CHILDHOOD

1973 Birth Born on March 1, 1973.

TEENAGE

1990 17 Years Old He was named Michigan's Mr. Basketball and the 1990–1991 National High School player of the year. … Read More

TWENTIES

1993 20 Years Old 1 More Event
On April 5, 1993, at Michigan's second consecutive NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship game with 11 seconds remaining, Webber brought the ball up the court into a half court trap. … Read More
1994 - 1997 3 More Events
1998 25 Years Old 1 More Event
By 1998, Webber had established himself as a great power forward, but his time in Washington had also worn out.
1999 - 2000 2 More Events
He also averaged 11.1 rebounds and was fourth in MVP voting, while starting at forward for the Western Conference All-Star Team in the 2001 All-Star Game in Washington.

THIRTIES

…  In the second game of the 2003 Western Conference Semifinals against the Dallas Mavericks, Webber suffered a career-threatening knee injury while running down the lane untouched that forced him to miss nearly a year of action. … Read More
2005 32 Years Old 1 More Event
In February 2005, Webber was traded, along with Michael Bradley and Matt Barnes, to the Philadelphia 76ers for power forward Kenny Thomas, forward/center Brian Skinner, and former King Corliss Williamson. … Read More
However, they did not reach the playoffs in 2006, despite Webber putting up a resurgent 20 points and 10 rebounds per game. … Read More
On January 11, 2007 Sixers GM Billy King announced that the Sixers and Webber had agreed to a reported $25 million contract buyout on the remaining two years left on his contract, in effect paying him not to play. … Read More
Webber continues to receive ridicule for his time-out error; when he joined Inside the NBA in 2008, part of the humorous initiation ceremony was the question "In college basketball how many timeouts do you get in a game?" (Webber replied, "I still don't know the answer!") His father has a license plate that says timeout. … Read More
2009 36 Years Old On February 6, 2009, Webber returned to ARCO Arena, home of the Sacramento Kings, to participate in the ceremonies surrounding the retirement of his jersey, #4. … Read More
2011 38 Years Old The scandal was explored in a documentary by ESPN Films called The Fab Five, which aired in March 2011.

FORTIES

2013 40 Years Old 1 More Event
…  The NCAA also ordered Michigan to disassociate itself from Webber until 2013. … Read More
2014 41 Years Old In 2014, he made another special appearance in the Kings' arena along with former teammate Mike Bibby and both were honored that day. … Read More
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