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Basketball Player
    (March 1, 1973- )
    Birth name is Mayce Edward Christopher Webber III
    Power Forward for Golden State Warriors (1993-1994, 2008), Washington Bullets/Wizards (1994-1998), Sacramento Kings (1998-2005), Philadelphia Kings (2005-2007) and Detroit Pistons (2007)
    One of the fab five college basketball players on Michigan
    1st round draft pick in 1993 by the Orlando Magic
    NBA Rookie of the Year (1994)
    Appeared in an episode of 'New York Undercover' (1996)
    Played on the 2000 USA Olympic team
    5-time All Star
    He called an illegal timeout in the final seconds of the college finals against North Carolina.
    The Golden State Warriors traded him to Washington because he and Golden State Coach Don Nelson didn't get along.
    He was charged with lying to a grand jury about receiving money from Ed Martin while playing Michigan, which is against NCAA rules and Michigan ended up on probation.
    In 1998, he spent six hours in jail after being caught carrying 11 grams of marijuana (fined $500). Washington Police had to use pepper stray on him since he resisted arrest.
    He has a tattoo on the inside of his left wrist and a body piercing.
    A woman accused him and his former team mate Juwan Howard of sexual assault in 1998.
    Fila dropped him from their ads. He eventually sued Fila and won $2.61 million (US) for wrongfully terminating his endorsement contract. (1999)
    He owned two rottweilers.
    His nickname is C-Webb.
    He was selected to play in five all star games (2003).
    He owned a Gold's Gym fitness club in Prince George's County.
    He donated $100,000 to the Police Athletic League of Detroit in 2000.
    He received a community outreach award.
    He was known to donate a group of tickets for each Kings home game to local underprivileged youths.
    He suffered a meniscus tear in his left knee during the 2003 playoffs, causing him to need knee surgery.
    He was named 'NBA Player of the Week' (week endings 4/20/97, 4/25/99).

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