If you are a fan of the NBA, then the name Chris Webber speaks volumes to you. If you are not, then let us introduce you; Webber is a former NBA player who played 15 years for several teams such as The Golden State Warriors, The Washington Bullets/Wizards, Piladelphia 76ers, Detroit Pistons, and The Sacramento Kings.
During his collegiate career he 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.
Since retiring from the NBA, Webber has become an analyst on NBA TV’s NBA Gametime Live and he has ventured into many other philanthropic ventures, and it looks like comedy may be something else he has jumped into.
We discovered that Webber recently starred in the following musical comedy video titled Southern Comfort Karate Parody, which he also Directed along with Peter Gilbert.
Check out the video below;
Song “Meek and Humble Ways” performed by David Ranier
Produced by Beat Bruvas.
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