The historical significance of CWebb

I always had a soft spot for Chris Webber—I can’t help but like the guy, and I wish he could have gotten some kind of title. So much potential, so many flashes of brilliance. But never the unadulterated success.

I followed his career from high school. He was the best player (though not my favorite player) on the team that helped me fall in love with basketball. That counts for a lot on a personal level.

Could he coach some day? I don’t know.

Should he make the hall of fame? No.


8 Responses to “The historical significance of CWebb”

  1. zachary Says:

    did you participate in the espn chris webbers retirement questionaire? i dont know if its still accessible. but it asked Qs like: should he how to hof, how will you remember him, will he ever live down that TO, what was his best skill: shooting, passing, post moves etc.

  2. zachary Says:

    also, is that eric montross?

  3. sloan Says:

    no, i didn’t see that.

    and yes, ncaa champion eric montross.

  4. zachary Says:

    former piston: eric montross. he was on nba jam te. i think as a ‘rook’

  5. Kenny Says:

    Cwebb’s numbers make him a borderline HOFer, but I would say he comes up just short. If he had had a couple more injury free years then he’d have a much better shot. But really from the time he left Sacto, he was never really a top player.

  6. Kenny Says:


    At least no videos exist of cwebb doing this,68500

  7. sloan Says:

    people forget how good that sacto team was. but not good enough. story of the dude’s career.

  8. sloan Says:

    that knicks team is historically bad. because they’re the knicks. they’re not the 2003 detroit tigers or anything, but to have a team so bad at MSG in the center of the basketball universe.

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