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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 1 March 1973Detroit, Michigan, USA
Birth NameMayce Edward Christopher Webber III
Nickname C-Web
Height 6' 10" (2.08 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Chris Webber was born on March 1, 1973 in Detroit, Michigan, USA as Mayce Edward Christopher Webber III. He is a producer and actor, known for Open Court (2011), Hoop Dreams (1994) and Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards (2011). He has been married to Erika Dates since September 6, 2009. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Erika Dates (6 September 2009 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (15)

Was drafted with the first overall pick in the 1993 draft by the Orlando Magic. Was immediately traded to the Golden State Warrior for Penny Hardaway.
Golden State Warriors 1994, Washington Bullets/Wizards 1995-1998, Sacramento Kings 1999-present
Rookie of the Year 1994
All Star 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003.
Played in College at Michigan and led them to 2 Final 4 apperances.
Led the Kings to the best record in the NBA in 2002 and their first apperance in the conference Finals since 1981
Has a brother named David, who plays in the NBA as well
Suspended for eight games for violating the NBA's drug policy and pleading guilty to lying to a grand jury. In July 2003, 10 months after being charged with obstruction of justice and making a false declaration to the FBI and U.S. attorney's office, Webber pled guilty to criminal contempt for lying about his relationship with Ed Martin, a University of Michigan booster who claimed he loaned $280,000 to Webber. (17 February 2004)
Has an extensive collection of signed historical documents of prominent African-Americans, including items from Martin Luther King, Jr. and Frederick Douglass.
Has his own record label, Humility Records, and his own comic book, Webber's World.
Traded in a six-player deal to the Philadelphia 76ers. (23 February 2004)
Released a rap album under the name C. Webb in 1999. It was titled "2 Much Drama." Although it was a sales flop, it did feature some mainstream guest rappers such as Redman and Kurupt.
Starting Center for hometown Detroit Pistons [January 2007]
Starting power forward for the Philadelphia 76ers [February 2005]
Starting power forward for the Philadelphia 76ers [2002]

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