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Chris Webber

Chris Webber

Who is Chris Webber?

The retired professional basketball player Chris Webber is worth millions of dollars. Chris Webber, 45, is a five-time NBA All-Star, a five-time All-NBA Team member, a former NBA Rookie of the Year, and a former first-round NBA lottery pick.

He is currently an analyst on NBA TV’s NBA Gametime Live. Chris played professionally since 1993 and continued to do so until 2008.

Chris made more than $178 million with his lucrative pay and contract over his 15-year professional playing career.

Chris Webber’s net worth is now estimated to be $80 million. In this part, we’ll go over his salary, net worth, sponsorships, and career earnings.

Chris Webber’s net worth and salary

Chirs Webber has established himself as one of the greatest NBA players, with a net worth of over $80 million as of 2017 via his pay and endorsements with brands such as Nike and Fila.

However, his net worth as of 2018 is still being calculated.

Many of you may be unaware, but according to The Richest in 2008, Chris’ net worth was reported to be $143.4 million.

however, the value has altered since his retirement in 2008.

Though Chris has retired from playing, his passion for the NBA has not faded, as he currently works as an NBA analyst for a salary of roughly $125,000.

Earnings and Salary for Chris Webber’s Playing Career

Initially, Chris Webber played for the University of Michigan, but in the 1993 NBA draft, he was taken by the Orlando Magic, becoming the first sophomore since Magic Johnson to be drafted first overall.

Chris, on the other hand, was promptly transferred to the Golden State Warriors, where he signed a 15-year contract worth $74.4 million on October 17, 1993.

Chris, on the other hand, spent a season with the Warriors, earning a base salary of $1.6 million.

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Chris Webber on his basketball match Source: Pinterest

Then, in 1994, Chirs joined the Washington Wizards (then the Bullets), where he remained until the 1997 season, alongside his college colleague and friend, Juwan Howard.

According to reports, Chris’ yearly compensation was $8 million in the 1997 season, the same season in which Michael Jordan earned the largest annual salary ever recorded by an NBA player in a season of $33,140,000.

Chris Webber (@realchriswebber) shared a post on Sep 14, 2017, at 10:28 am PDT.

Chris Weber joined the Sacramento Kings on May 14, 1998, after his contract with the Washington Wizards expired.

Chris received annual salaries of $10 million, $11 million, and $12 million with the Kings in 1998, 1999, and 2000, respectively.

After signing a seven-year, $127 million contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 27, 2001, Chris Webber’s salary was reported to be $12.7 million in 2001, rising to $17.53 million by the 2004 season.

Webber was moved to the Philadelphia 76ers in February 2005, along with Michael Bradley and Matt Barnes.

Chris spent two seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, earning an average annual salary of $18.36 million.

Chris then joined the Detroit Pistons on January 16, 2007.

He played with them for one season, earning only $602,173 in his final season of playing.

Year Team Salary:

  • $1.6 million, Golden State Warriors, 1993
  • $2,080,000 Washington Wizards in 1994
  • Washington Wizards $7,000,000 1995
  • Washington Wizards $8,000,000 1996
  • Washington Wizards $9,000,000 (1997)
  • Sacramento Kings $10,000,000
  • Sacramento Kings $11,000,000
  • Sacramento Kings (2000) $12,000,000
  • Sacramento Kings (2001) $12,750,000
  • $14,343,750 (2002 Sacramento Kings)
  • $15,937,500 (2003 Sacramento Kings)
  • $17,531,250 (2004 Sacramento Kings)
  • $19,125,000 (2005 Philadelphia 76ers)
  • $17,600,000 2006 Philadelphia 76ers
  • Detroit Pistons ($602,173) in 2007

Chris was re-signed by his former team, the Golden State Warriors, in early 2008, however, because of ongoing issues with his surgically repaired knee, he ended his playing career. Chris announced his retirement on March 25, 2008.

Chris Webber’s Residence and Vehicles

Chris has not revealed any information about his current residence, where he lives with his wife Erika Webber Dates and their twin children.

But we do have the address of his previous residence.

Chris formerly owned a home in Malibu’s Big Rock neighborhood, which he purchased in 2007 for $3.75 million.

Later that month, in February 2014, he offered his mansion for $3.995 million, with cladding in wood floors and wall paneling, a fireplace, a kitchen, an office, a den, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a lap pool.

However, he sold the home for $3.485 million at a $265,000 loss.

Chris also owns a 140-acre estate in the Atlanta suburb of Tyrone, GA, which he purchased in 2005 for $2.8 million.

The estate includes a three-story mansion, an 8,000-square-foot party barn, and a man-made sand beach on a 15-acre lake.

Despite rumors that it was for sale, no word of property sales has come.

Webber is an artifact collector and Previous Restaurant Owner

Chris Webber appears to enjoy collecting relics, which he has done since 1994.

His collection includes an original 1901 printing of Booker T. Washington’s autobiography, as well as documents, letters, and postcards signed by Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X.

Chris formerly owned a restaurant.

He was the owner of Center Court With C-Webb, a restaurant in Sacramento, California, which closed on November 17, 2009, for an unknown cause.

Webber, Chris Following his Retirement

Chirs went on to work as an analyst for NBA TV’s NBA Gametime Live after retiring.

Chris also co-hosts Tuesday Fan Night with Ernie Johnson and Kevin McHale and appears as a guest analyst on TNT’s Inside the NBA.

It’s game time, #nbaontnt… Wash, Boss

Chris Webber (@realchriswebber) shared a post on February 8, 2018, at 9:24 pm PST.

Chris’ income is not yet disclosed, although it is thought that he earns $125,000 per year.

Chris Webber’s Legal Problems and Penalties

Webber was arrested in 1998 for driving under the influence of marijuana and breaking traffic laws.

He was fined $560 for it.

Later that year, Chris paid a $500 fine after US Customs discovered marijuana in his backpack as he was heading for a promotional trip for Fila sneakers in Puerto Rico.

His involvement in the University of Michigan Scandal, on the other hand, is unforgettable.

During his college years, Chris allegedly obtained unlawful loans from a man named Martin totaling roughly $38,000.

Chris was later forced to pay Martin $100,000 and serve 330 hours of community service after pleading guilty.

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The philanthropy of Chris Webber

Chris, in addition to being a successful basketball player, is also a kind and generous person.

He is involved in charitable work and formed The Timeout Foundation in 1993 to provide beneficial educational and recreational opportunities to youngsters.

True success is measured not only by money but also by humanitarian efforts.