Webber is not

Webber is not

There are 3 comments on the BleacherReport story from Jan 30, 2008, titled Webber is not. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Filed Under: NBA , NBA Central , NBA Southwest , Detroit Pistons , Houston Rockets , Chris Webber , Hakeem Olajuwon This article is dedicated to all the people out there who think Chris Webber will be the ... via BleacherReport

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honey bee

Oakland, CA

#1 Feb 4, 2008
I don't think it... but i know this for a fact. Chris Webber will be the only player to have gone coast to coast not limiting him to the basketball court either but as an angel with a dark cloud over his head mistakenly placed by those that truly know him not. Yet ,able to contend with all bull%#$! While being himself making a living at what he loves to do . Im sure its a pain to go to wk day in and day out when people give you a rep you dnt deserve. This guys problem is that he loves this game with all of his heart i mean like next to his parents and throw in the grands too ... he is the third generation to carry on his name so his family is everything to him... yet basketball is a tie with that love. believe it or not this guy has touched so many lives in such a positive way that words can't describe it completly. Back to my point - Chris will show what its like to love something and let it go only to show that it was always meant to be juz cuz he set it free... His love for this game shows how you must have endurance to play the game of life and WIN!!! Afterall, he would play this game for free if it was up to him.
Honey bee ,Oakland Ca.

“Living the dream!”

Since: Nov 07

Pleasanton, California

#2 Feb 5, 2008
This move was a big suprise to me. However, if Nellie thinks he'll benefit the team I'm all for it. Webber knows this is his last shot and I think he will play with all his heart (and head) every second he's on the court. I, for one, will applaud when he steps out on Thursday. The rest is up to him.
SanJoseCimmerian

Sausalito, CA

#3 Feb 6, 2008
Believe!!!i lived up in sac for like 9 years when webber played with the kings i watched every game. the reason why they were so good has almost everything to do with the fact that he makes everyone play together and better plus you can fall back on him in time of need. the other teams he went to didn't have the respect or style that he plays with. the warriors definately do and are going to be DANGEROUS!!!!as if they already weren't.

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