Friday, October 22 2021

This was a long time coming. Too long.

But Chris Webber is finally, deservedly, in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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That’s just his NBA statistics, and they don’t touch on how he helped start a revolution of the power forward position as a big man who could pass, step out and shoot, and run the floor. Of course, he was also the heart of the Fab Five at Michigan that helped reshape the college game for years. Check out his video of accomplishments below, and you can see his enshrinement speech above, where he thanks his parents and dedicates his speech to Charles Barkley.

Congratulations to Chris Webber. This is a well-deserved honor.

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Watch Chris Webber’s induction speech as he enters Hall of Fame originally appeared on NBCSports.com

Source: Yahoo Sports

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