The Kings owners, Joe and Gavin Maloof, continue to push for shorter guaranteed contracts in the NBA, citing Chris Webber's max deal in 2001 (seven years, $122 million) as an example of a franchise-killing contract.
Chris Webber, still rehabbing his injured left knee, officially announced on Tuesday that he is retiring from the game of basketball.
ESPN.com's Mark Stein reports that Chris Webber is about to announce his retirement.
Warriors center Chris Webber, who strained his knee on February 29th, is not doing any on-court rehabilitation and could miss the rest of the regular season.
Chris Webber (sore knee) has rejoined his Warriors teammates, but will miss his sixth straight game on Thursday and has no specific timetable for a return to action.
Chris Webber remains in Atlanta rehabbing his sore left knee. Warriors coach Don Nelson had no new information on his status, except to say that Webber is still combating swelling.
Warriors coach Don Nelson recently said there is no timeline for Chris Webber's return from his sore knee. Webber will miss his fourth straight game on Saturday.
Chris Webber will miss Wednesday's game at Charlotte and the following two road games. He is staying in Atlanta and rehabilitating his sore left knee.
Chris Webber could miss the Warriors entire road trip, which ends on Saturday, as he attempts to rehabilitate his sore left knee.
Chris Webber will undergo an MRI to determine the cause of left knee pain that forced him out of Sunday's game.
Chris Webber lasted just eight minutes on Sunday, finishing with one point and one rebound before leaving with a left knee injury.
With Andris Biedrins out for a couple weeks after an emergency appendectomy, Chris Webber's fantasy value is very intriguing.
Recent acquisition Chris Webber was inactive for the Warriors on Wednesday.
After Chris Webber's first game with the Warriors, Don Nelson changed his mind, saying that Webber would only play the center position, and not power forward like he originally had planned.