Extractions: Chris Webber becomes third partner of Great Lakes Storm. Current co-owners Greg Van Boxel and Dr. Joe Oesterling, welcome in the ten-year NBA veteran and former member of the University of Michigan's "Fab Five" with open arms. "We are delighted to have Chris join our ownership group," remarked Van Boxel. "His enthusiasm and passion for the game of basketball will be welcomed, and his involvement will help the Great Lakes Storm continue their positive impact on the Mid-Michigan community and beyond." Webber is one of only a few NBA players, retired or active, to have ownership interest in a professional basketball team. "I am very happy to have this opportunity to be a part of the Great Lakes Storm ownership team and the CBA," stated Webber during a press conference at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, Michigan. "Not only do I love basketball, but the positive effects it can have on a community. I look at this as an important experience to learn more about the business of sports as well as helping other athletes accomplish their dream of playing professional basketball." The Sacramento Kings forward has career averages of 22.2 points and 10.2 rebounds per game in 596 NBA games played.
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Extractions: NBA INTERVIEW - CHRIS WEBBER By INSIDEHOOPS.COM This is quite a year for Chris Webber. He'll enjoy a start in this year's All-Star team as a forward for the West, and this is the first NBA team he's played on that has a real chance to go deep into the playoffs. We met up with Webber the other day and discussed a number of things. Some of this is exclusive, some is not. Chris Webber on being distracted by his free agent status: I think it did distract me the first five games of the season, I wasn't having fun, I was laboring and trying not to think about it, and when you try not to think about it, you think about it, obviously. I just had to relax and let it come... and really, I don't think about it anymore, and we're having such a good season that it makes it a lot better because its just fun to be able to concentrate on the games that we're having, and trying to win every night, so that's really all I can have on my mind. But I didn't think it was going to be this big of a deal... I just try to stay focused... usually I can really have tunnel vision when I want to accomplish something and this year I wanted to come out and have a good year and I wanted us to win and advance in the playoffs, hopefully all those things will happen. So, I've just been concentrating on that, and that's been enough to worry about.
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Extractions: "I didn't want to run from it. I didn't do anything wrong on purpose. And I could just hear my father saying, 'You're a man. Stand up to them is what you're supposed to do as a man,' " Chris Webber says on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series about dealing with the media after calling a timeout Michigan didn't have in the 1993 NCAA Tournament final. Contentment always seems right around the next bend, past the doorway of basketball fame, just beyond the troubles that have followed Chris Webber for years. For all his tall accomplishments and big-money contracts, the 6-foot-10, 245-pound power forward has had to fight the notion that he's come up short. The introspective centerpiece of the Sacramento Kings has fretted over his image while searching for life's comfort zone. Chris Webber averaged 27.1 points for the Kings in 2000-01. Expectations got thrown wildly out of whack early on when Webber arrived so fast, assuming star status as a "Fab Five" teenager at Michigan, then becoming the NBA's top draft pick and youngest Rookie of the Year at 21.
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Extractions: FREE PRESS SPORTS WRITER The Michigan High School Athletic Association on Sunday ruled Chris Webber was ineligible during the time he played basketball at Birmingham Detroit Country Day, and the MHSAA's executive director urged the school to forfeit the three state championships it won with Webber in the lineup. RELATED CONTENT Fallout from Martin's involvement with U-M basketball The ruling stems from Webber's involvement with former University of Michigan basketball booster Ed Martin, who gave $616,000 in illicit benefits to players Chris Webber, Robert Traylor, Maurice Taylor and Louis Bullock. Martin died of a blood clot in the lungs Feb. 14, 2003, but the fallout from his involvement with U-M players stretches from beyond the grave. "I think they should do it (forfeit the titles)," said Jack Roberts, executive director of the MHSAA. "I've said it at the first, second and third meetings with them that they should voluntarily forfeit the contests and return the team championships and get it over. That's what I hoped for." But Country Day officials, who appeared before the MHSAA's executive committee Wednesday, seem unlikely to follow that advice.
Extractions: FREE PRESS STAFF WRITERS Chris Webber's sentencing on a contempt charge was delayed for two years while the star basketball player participates in a summer reading program with Detroit schoolchildren, a federal judge said Tuesday. If Webber fulfills that obligation, he likely won't face further punishment. "I'm not ready to make a final determination whether it's a misdemeanor or a felony," U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds said Tuesday of Webber's contempt charge. After the five-minute hearing, attended by Webber and a throng of reporters, assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Convertino, the lead prosecutor on the case, stormed out of the courtroom without commenting. Edmunds said she was swayed, in part, by "scores of letters" she received from Webber's supporters.