Chris Webber is a retired American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $80 million. Chris Webber was born on March 1, 1973 in Detroit, Michigan. As a senior in high school Chris was named Michigan's "Mr. Basketball" for 1991. He also led his high school team to several state championships. For the 1990-1991 season, Chris was named National High School Player of the Year. He went on to attend the University of Michigan from 1991 to 1993 before leaving to enter the NBA. Chris was selected as the first pick of the first round of the 1993 NBA draft by the Orlando Magic. He never played for the Magic because he was instantly traded to the Golden State Warriors in exchange for future all-star Anfernee Hardaway and a future draft pick. Chris would go on to play for the Washington Bullets (Wizards), the Sacramento Kings the Philadelphia 76ers and the Detroit Pistons. During his NBA career, Webber earned $178 million in salary alone. He was a five time NBA all star and scored over 17,000 points with over 8000 rebounds and 1200 blocks. Chris' highest paying year was in 2005 when the 76ers paid him $19.1 million. He also earned $19 million with the 76ers in 2007. His Jersey was retired by the Sacramento Kings in February 2009. Chris married his longtime girlfriend Erika Dates in Atlanta in 2009.
Chris Webber Net Worth
Date of Birth
Mar 1, 1973 (42 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 9 in (2.08 m)
245 lbs (111 kg)
C. Webb, Mayce Edward Christopher Webber III, Webb, C., Chris Weber, C-Web
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Chris Webber Earnings
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- Golden State Warriors (2007-08)$602,173
- Philadelphia 76ers (2007-08)$19,000,000
- Detroit Pistons (2006-07)$661,024
- Philadelphia 76ers (2006-07)$17,600,000
- Philadelphia 76ers (2005-06)$19,125,000
- Sacramento Kings (2004-05)$17,531,250
- Sacramento Kings (2003-04)$15,937,500
- Sacramento Kings (2002-03)$14,343,750
- Sacramento Kings (2001-02)$12,750,000
- Sacramento Kings (2000-01)$12,000,000
- Sacramento Kings (1999-00)$11,000,000
- Sacramento Kings (1998-99)$10,000,000
- Washington Wizards (1997-98)$9,000,000
- Washington Bullets (1996-97)$8,000,000
- Washington Bullets (1995-96)$7,000,000
- Washington Bullets (1994-95)$2,080,000
- Golden State Warriors (1993-94)$1,600,000
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