NBA Basketball News, Rumors, Articles, Interviews
InsideHoops Home | NBA Basketball | College Hoops | High School | Streetball | Rucker Park | NYC | Minors | WNBA | World

  NBA NEWS & RUMORS
News
NBA rumors
Media Links
Basketball Blog

  EMAIL & FORUMS
Message Board
Free Email

  SCORES & STATS
Scores
NBA Stats
Previews
Recaps
Standings
NBA Video
Schedule
Transactions

  NBA FEATURES
Fantasy Basketball
Power Rankings
NBA Awards Watch
Old Articles
NBA Salaries
Free Agents
Interviews
Depth Charts
MVP Race
Rookie Watch
NBA Draft
NBA Mock Draft




  MORE BASKETBALL
History
NBA All-Star Weekend
Business
Playing Tips
NBA Throwback Jerseys

  MORE LEAGUES
Olympics
World
USA
Minors
Summer

  WEBSITE INFO
About Us
Write For Us
Advertise
Contact Us


Sixers officially waive Chris Webber

 


SHARE THIS PAGE


"LIKE" US ON FACEBOOK


 






| Jan. 10, 2007

76ers waived chris webberPhiladelphia 76ers President Billy King announced today that the Sixers have waived forward Chris Webber. The team and player agreed to a buyout. Webber's contract was going to run out after the 2007-08 season.

A five-time NBA All-Star selection (1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003), Webber ranks 70th all-time on the NBA scoring list with 16,661 career points while playing with four teams: Golden State (1993-94), Washington (1994-98), Sacramento (1998-2005) and Philadelphia (2005-07). The 14-year NBA veteran owns career averages of 21.4 points, 10.0 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 1.48 steals per game in 779 career regular season games and in 64 career playoff games, averaged 20.9 points, 9.3 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 1.20 steals per game.

Acquired by the 76ers on Feb. 23, 2005, along with Michael Bradley and Matt Barnes from Sacramento in exchange for Brian Skinner, Kenny Thomas and Corliss Williamson, Webber averaged 17.9 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.29 steals per game in 114 games with the Sixers.

Webber yesterday, speaking to ESPN, said that there are five teams he hopes to sign with: the Lakers, Heat, Mavs, Spurs or Pistons. He is officially a free agent and as per normal NBA rules can sign with any team that offers him a valid contract.



MAIN BASKETBALL SECTIONS
NBA Basketball
College
High School
Streetball
WNBA
D-League
Basketball Forum
BASKETBALL SOCIAL MEDIA
RSS (of our blog)
On Twitter
On Facebook
On Instagram
On YouTube
On Google+
KEY BASKETBALL WEBSITE INFO
About Us
Contact Us
Advertise
Write For Us

All content copyright 1999-2017, InsideHoops.com. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy. Terms of Use.
Partner with USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties. Owned by InsideHoops Media Inc.