Chris Webber's impact on the College Basketball circuit, Was mad hard, For a 2 year period(WORD/LOL), Chris Webber was the National Highschool Player of the year in 1990/91(The 1991 Highschool All-American crew was:Chris Webber,Juwan Howard,Travis Best(Georgia Tech),James Forrest(Georgia
Tech),Jalen Rose,Etc, On the low, A cat by the name of Michael Talley(Who played in the backcourt for Michigan during the late to early 90s's), Was the cat who yelled to Chris Webber, To call that infamous timeout, Against North Carolina in the 1993 NCAA Finals/LOL, In the Michigan vs North Carolina Championship game, Cats from Michigan was popping mad shit the hole game
(Lost of concentration to the ninth power/LOL), Steve Fisher was not a very good coach in regards to having cats play with intensity for 40 minutes on a regular basis(WORD/LOL), And, That lack of Discipline that Michigan displayed against North Carolina, Was the very reason why Michigan lost(WORD/LOL),
Also, On the low, Cats love to blame Chris Webber for calling that timeout, But, Cats do not mention anything about Jalen Rose, Hiding from the Ball after Pat Sullivan from North Carolina, Missed the Front-End of a one and one, That, Initially, Setup the play for Chris Webber(Who grabbed the
Rrebound, Then, Walked, Because, Jalen Rose was hiding from the Ball, By The North Carolina Bench/LOL), Chris Webber wanted to pass the pill to Jalen Rose(Who was fessing to the ninth power/LOL), And, Well, We all know the rest/LOL.
High school career
Chris Webber prepped at Detroit Country Day School and at the time was the most recruited Michigan basketball player since Magic Johnson. Chris led Country Day to three MHSAA State championships. As a senior in high school Webber averaged 29.4 points and 13 rebounds per game. He was named Michigan's Mr. Basketball and the 1990-1991 National High School player of the year.
After graduating from Detroit Country Day School (where his number, 44, is retired), Webber attended the University of Michigan for two years. While a Michigan Wolverine, Webber led the group of players known as the Fab Five, which included himself, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson. This group, all of whom entered Michigan as freshmen in the fall of 1991, took the basketball team to the NCAA finals twice, losing both times. The Fab Five, sporting long, baggy shorts and black shoes, became immensely popular as they were seen as bringing a hip hop flavor to the game. Four of the Fab Five (Webber, Rose, Howard, and King) made it to the NBA, and two of them (Webber and Howard) are still playing today.
On April 5, 1993, at Michigan's second consecutive NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship game, Webber infamously called a time-out with 11 seconds left in the game when his team, down 73-71, did not have any remaining, resulting in a technical foul that effectively clinched the game for North Carolina. The game marked the end of Webber's acclaimed two year collegiate basketball career. In his second season, he was a first team All-American selection and a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award and Naismith College Player of the Year. These awards and honors have been vacated due to University of Michigan and NCAA sanctions.