Chris Webber could very well be the most gifted power forward to ever play the job, a revolutionary with his myriad of freebies and a sign the NBA was changing when he arrived in the mid-1990s.
But his fingerprints haven’t been rewarded with a Hall of Fame induction, at least not yet. Although best known for his time in Sacramento, turning the Kings into contenders in the early 2000s, he took Golden State and Washington to the playoffs in his early years, followed by productive stints in Philadelphia and Detroit.
Five-time All-Star, Webber averaged 20.7 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists from 1993 to 2008. The Hall of Fame class of 2020 featured Webber’s contemporaries and he would almost have been perfect to see him come in with the late Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
Due to the pandemic, this class has not been officially dedicated and the room provides for two …
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