Originally Posted by lynchpin33
Originally Posted by imsneakerpimp
Originally Posted by beh235
Originally Posted by DMan14
chris webber a baby for not doing the fab5 doc that jalen put out
it was more to it than that. I don't think he was legally allowed to.
He could have done it. The legalities didn't stop him. He just didn't own up to it plain and simple.
not so sure about that, when he was commentating the rookie game with Trey Burke and Hardaway, he would not say Michigan at all. There was a conversation about it in this thread during the all star game festivities and several times after that. It's been several other times on TNT where he was put in a position to say University of Michigan and avoided it.
I'm pretty sure about it. I think there is even a point in the beginning of that 30for30 where Jalen specifically speaks on a Webber being the only one that wouldn't participate but it's been a while since I've seen that.
A bunch of us Construction cats rented one of the ground level suites at Jerry's World in the 2012 NCAA college season I believe. It was the second game of the season when Michigan played Bama there in Dallas. He was on field in front of our suite so we got to talk to him a bit and whatnot. We asked him about it and he actually spoke on it, he said it was by choice that Webber didn't participate. If you also remember during that time the NBA was in preseason and Webber was a fixture on NBA tv, dude didn't show his face on the tele for what seemed a good while after that. Embarrassment or the Producers choice to not have him on after that 30for30 is beyond me but I think it was a little of both. Point is, he could have repped in that 30for30 and by choice he didn't.